However, Mr Ghebreyesus is concerned about the rising numbers of cases in low- and middle-income countries.
Anchor: Instead of taking part in the latest World Health Organization's annual assembly, U.S. President Donald Trump recently sent a letter to the United Nations health agency, threatening to halt funding and sever its membership.
Dr Ghebreyesus said and important collaborative response to the resolution would be the COVID-19 technology platform proposed by Costa Rica, which we will launch on the 29th of May, which aims at lifting access barriers to effective vaccines, medicines and other health products.
"Almost two-thirds of these cases were reported in just four countries", he added.More news: 2 in coronavirus cases behind the US
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The US is the biggest contributor to the WHO's budget and has already suspended funding, accusing the organisation of severely mismanaging and covering up the spread of the virus.
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In the letter, Trump threatened to cut U.S.
A European Union-led resolution supporting an independent investigation was unanimously approved by the 187-member states that make up WHO.More news: Premier League confident about June restart
Trump made public later Tuesday a letter he sent to Tedros, saying that if the World Health Organization did not commit to "major substantive improvements" within 30 days, he would permanently freeze funding to the organisation and reconsider United States membership.
Giroir, in his statement with a decidedly more diplomatic tone, said the United States was "encouraged" by an initial review by the WHO's Independent Oversight and Advisory Committee over the January to April period. "It has to be done and when it's done it has to be a comprehensive one".
"The draft resolution proposes to initiate at the appropriate moment an evaluation rather than to launch an 'independent global review, '" Zhao said.
The Geneva-based WHO's coronavirus disease dashboard said that on Tuesday, 106,662 confirmed cases had been reported to the agency from around the world. "I look at that as, in a certain respect, as being a good thing because it means our testing is much better", he said at the White House.
Despite the U.S. has done more tests in volume than other countries, it's not the number one per capita, according to Our World in Data, a scientific publication based at Oxford University. The US ranks 16th global terms of tests per 1,000 people, ahead of South Korea.More news: Further drop in number of Coronavirus deaths in NI care homes