The North Korean delegation didn't name any countries, but U.S. officials have been critical of the WHO's handling of the pandemic.
Clifford Lane, one of the Americans on the WHO-China Joint Mission, told Newsweek he was "disappointed" he didn't get to visit Wuhan, but said he received a good briefing from those who went.
"When he pulls out of the cooperation of the nations of the world in creating a vaccine it hurts us," Schumer told 'Morning Joe'. "If another country comes up with that vaccine ahead of us, God bless them, but we would want to have the benefits of that."
The president has threatened to pull the U.S. out of the World Health Organization unless it reforms.
The United States largely supported the resolution, but took issue with language in the resolution about "sexual and reproductive health."
The WHO has a 'goodwill ambassador' who is in Beijing's pocket. That must end.
Valentina Matviyenko praised both the World Health Organization and China for their work in trying to slow the worldwide spread of the virus.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian told reporters that President Donald Trump had miscalculated the situation by trying to shift blame for the pandemic to Beijing.
The study involved 147 patients at a hospital in China.
With the pandemic showing no signs of ending, antibody tests have come under increased scrutiny.
Ambassador Lily Hsu told Newsweek that China does not want to work with the world to establish how the COVID-19 coronavirus spread worldwide.
The president told the World Health Assembly that China has "acted with openness, transparency and responsibility" during the pandemic.
Comparisons between coronavirus and seasonal influenza deaths "must be made using an apples-to-apples comparison, not an apples-to-oranges comparison," said Dr. Jeremy Samuel Faust and Dr. Carlos del Rio.
In a post on Twitter, the U.S. president emphasized that no final decision had been made and that funding for the global health agency remained frozen.
Michael Ryan, the WHO's emergencies director, said it had recorded more than 35 "quite serious" incidents in 11 countries in April involving attacks on individuals and groups.
"COVID-19 is a very stressful experience for everyone, particularly those with complex mental health needs," said Ellie Brown of the University of Melbourne.
The idea has been called a "game-changer" by Prime Minister Boris Johnson as it allows the government to understand how many people had COVID-19 and potentially speed up the easing of lockdown restrictions.
The team drew from the health records of millions of people in England.
The app launched in late March has millions of users in the U.S. and U.K.
The U.S. has called for Taiwan to be invited to the coming World Health Assembly as an observer, a move that goes against Beijing's "One China" policy.
Doctors at a COVID-19 clinic in Florida published findings on 72 of their patients.
WHO's "solidarity" trial is testing four different potential treatments in more than 100 countries.
The enzyme that the coronavirus uses to enter our lung cells is also present in the gut, scientists explained.
The study involved five children in China who visited a hospital for conditions thought to be unrelated to the coroanvirus.
Maria Van Kerkhove, COVID-19 technical lead at the World Health Organization, implored countries to implement sufficient contact tracing to break the chain of transmission.
A paper stating a mutation to the coronavirus which causes COVID-19 is of "urgent concern" went viral this week, but experts told Newsweek that's not as worrying as it sounds.
Researchers looked for the genetic material of the coronavirus in wastewater.
"The ability to test possible cases has only ramped up in the last few months, so many people who ought to have been tested were not tested," one expert told Newsweek.