October 16, 2021

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The World Health Organization forms a new team to investigate the origin of the coronavirus

China denies the possibility that the Corona virus came from a laboratory in Wuhan.

The World Health Organization (WHO) is forming a new team to investigate the origin of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.

One of his first tasks will be to find out if it came from a lab in Wuhan, China. Written by the American Wall Street Journal.

The team should include 20 professionals, including laboratory safety experts, geneticists and animal disease experts.

Find the culprit

The World Health Organization sent a team of experts to China earlier this year. The investigation concluded, saying that the virus escaping from the laboratory was “highly unlikely”.

China denies the possibility that the Corona virus came from a laboratory in Wuhan. On the contrary, he argues that the WHO should focus its attention on the US military labs in this regard.

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken recently lobbied WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to resume an investigation into the theory of the laboratory origin of the coronavirus in China, the Wall Street Journal said.

strange plans

Britain’s Daily Telegraph wrote last week about how in 2018 scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology suggested the US Defense Advanced Research Agency (DARPA) release genetically modified coronaviruses with new chimeric proteins on bats in a cave in June, China. Nani. It is also claimed that they intend to alter the coronavirus bats to be more contagious to humans.

The aim of the project was to assess the risks of coronaviruses and possible vaccination of bats. The project was pushed by Director Peter Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance, which had previously funneled money from the US state budget to coronavirus research in Wuhan. Daszak was also a member of the aforementioned WHO team, which investigated the origins of the coronavirus in Wuhan earlier this year.

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However, DARPA refused to provide the $14 million requested for this purpose, saying the project could be too risky.

false allegations

British newspapers have cited the findings of an international team of scientists called Drastic Research. The existence of a DARPA proposal from 2018 was also confirmed to the newspaper by a representative of then-US President Donald Trump’s administration.

Anthony Fauci, the leading US expert in fighting the Corona virus, recently faced allegations of deception after documents emerged that refuted his previous claim that the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) did not fund research to improve the characteristics of viruses in Wuhan.