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China held off on releasing the SARS-CoV-2 genome for more than a week back in January, a move that vexed World Health Organization officials, the Associated Press reports

It adds that three different government labs had sequenced the viral genome, but that they only released it after another lab did. According to the AP, China was then slow to provide the WHO with data on patients and cases.

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