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C3S Issue Brief II – Chinese Government’s Role in the Pandemic Incident of SARSCoV- 2 ; By S.

Updated: Sep 1, 2022

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C3S Issue Brief: 002/2020

C3S launches its Issue Brief initiative. An issue briefs is a summary of the knowledge surrounding an issue or a problem. It summarises the issue giving clear, concise and complete information describing all facets of a particular issue including a detailed illustration in the form of images, data, and facts. It also includes recommendations for action and predictions on the future course of an issue.

Issue Briefs are available for download as PDFs.


The CoV-SARS-2 pandemic has turned out to be an existential crisis around the world. Very few countries have remained unaffected by the chain of events that were triggered in China. Millions have been infected and thousands upon thousands have died straining and overwhelming health and medical facilities everywhere. Continuing from a series of such viral infections emanating from China in the last two decades, the current calamity of an unprecedented magnitude needs a detailed investigation, particularly the events in the last two weeks of December 2019 and the first three weeks of January 2020. This paper investigates all critical aspects of COVID-19 as it pertains to China and WHO. The purpose is to explore if both China and WHO- singly, together or both – mishandled the disease in its entire chain of spreading.

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About the Author

Mr. Subramanyam Sridharan is a Computer Scientist by profession and a member, C3S. His areas of interests include strategic and security studies, analysis of Indian Foreign Policy and has expertise on Pakistan and Afghanistan.

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