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White House says it has "deep concerns" about WHO COVID-19 report from China

WASHINGTON, Feb 13 (Reuters) - The United States has "deepconcerns" about the way the findings of the World HealthOrganization's COVID-19 report were communicated, the WhiteHouse said on Saturday, calling on China to make available datafrom the earliest days of the outbreak.

White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said ina statement that it is imperative that the report be independentand free from "alteration by the Chinese government".

(Reporting by Ted Hesson, Andrea Shalal and Michael Martina;editing by Diane Craft)