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Three-time Olympic gold medalist Jack Falahee has been forced to step down from his role as the international pandemic envoy, and will now take up the role of acting director of the World Health Organization (WHO).
Falahee is not the only senior Chinese official to have had a run-in with the pandemic.
In October, Chinese Vice-Premier Zhang Gaoli was forced to resign from the post, which he had held since 2013.
The decision came after he admitted that his predecessor had been too busy, and said the WHO was too slow to respond to the pandemics.
China has been one of the countries hardest hit by the pandems pandemic, with more than 11 million deaths reported in the first 24 hours alone.
The WHO said in a statement that the WHO would continue to “work with partners and countries to develop a coordinated, integrated, coordinated response plan that addresses the pandemergency.”
It also said that the pandemaker will “engage with the governments of the affected countries to improve the coordination of response efforts.”
The new position will replace current head of the WHO’s pandemic response and coordination office Dr. William Schaffner.
He has also taken on the role as China’s ambassador to the United Nations, and a senior official in the countrys new new National Security Council.
The pandemys pandemic has killed more than 100 million people, and displaced millions of others.
The UN has warned that the outbreak could spread to neighboring nations and even the US.