We shall see what the US administration recommends at the World Health Assembly, starting on the 25th May.

In the meantime the NIH is expected to answer the request from the Republican Leaders on the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

Our latest provides some clear reference points for such a proper enquiry: 'Essential Data', 'Essential Questions' and a clear distinction between the possible lab-related accident scenarios.

It also shows the big gaps and flaws in the WHO-China joint-study conclusions on these.

The World Health Assembly is a once a year chance to get things moving.

Three millions deaths is not a minor matter that does not require a proper investigation.

It would be beyond shameless for countries that pride themselves on their humanist values to look somewhere else.