COVID: WHO official Guerra probed in Bergamo

(ANSA) – MILAN, APR 9 – Ranieri Guerra, Assistant
Director-General for Strategic Initiatives at the World Health
Organization and former Italian health ministry director general
for prevention, has been placed under investigation by
prosecutors in the northern town of Bergamo on suspicion of
giving false information to prosecutors during an interview on
the COVID pandemic plan on November 5, judicial sources said
Friday.
    The probe concerns the management of the COVID outbreak in the
Bergamo area during the first wave of the coronavirus a year
ago. (ANSA).
   

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