Corona virus leaked from Chinese lab? Do you know what the WHO team said?

A World Health Organization (WHO) team investigating the origins of coronavirus in China and experts in China on Tuesday said there was little evidence that the virus was spreading in Wuhan before December 2019. Ho. They also rejected the fact that it was leaking from the laboratory and claimed that it must have entered the human body through some germ-carrying species.

“There are no signs of SARS-Cove-2 spreading in the population before December 2019,” China’s chief of staff, Liang Wanyan, said at a press conference.

The WHO team said the investigation found new facts, but it had not dramatically changed the picture. WHO virus expert Peter Ben Embarek said the virus’s origins suggest that corona viruses are naturally present in bats, but are less common in Wuhan. He said the virus’s path from real animals to the Hunan market in Wuhan could be very winding and cross the boundaries.

Peter Ben Embarek said there was no evidence that the infection had spread to Wuhan or anywhere else before December 2019. There is evidence that it spread to Wuhan’s Hunan Bazaar in December 2019, he said. He said the likelihood of the virus being leaked from the laboratory was minimal.

The Wuhan Institute of Virology collected extensive samples of the virus, leading to unsubstantiated allegations that the virus spreads to the surrounding environment. However, China rejected this possibility and promoted the theory that the virus may have originated elsewhere. The WHO team visited the traditional market for the spread of hospitals, research institutes, epidemics and other places. The team consists of experts from 10 countries. The visit was made by the WHO team amid China’s persistent refusal to call for an independent investigation into the matter.


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