Johns Hopkins says didn’t authorize CDDEP to use its logo on India Covid-19 report
The report, published by US-based CDDEP, said community transmission of the pandemic had started in India in March
The fact remains that India has done better than most countries in containing the spread of the pandemic
Johns Hopkins University has said it did not authorize the use of its logo on a report titled ‘Covid19 for India Updates’. The report’s 33-page summary, dated 24 March, gained wide publicity in India because of its alarming nature about the spread of the virus in the country. The world-renowned university, in reply to a Twitter query about the origin of the report, said, “The use of our logo was not authorized in this case and JHU is engaging with CDDEP on it. Thank you."