The allegations of leaking the Covid-19 virus on the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China are getting serious every day. Meanwhile, a video of the Wuhan lab has also surfaced, which has given more air to these claims. It is shown in this video that live bats were kept in cages in the Wuhan lab. Also, this video has raised questions on the claim of WHO, in which it had called the possibility of the virus leaking from the lab as a conspiracy.
There is now a debate about this lab that Covid-19, as many scientists believe, did not spread to humans in some unknown way from bats, but was either intentionally or accidentally leaked from this lab. was.
The NZ Herald reported that a joint investigation into the origins of the disease by the WHO and China had ruled out the possibility of lab leaks as “extremely unlikely” and said it was a mistake to think the institute housed bats.
Zoologist Dr. Peter Daszak, a member of the WHO team, wrote in a December tweet, “No bats were sent to the Wuhan lab for genetic analysis of viruses collected in the field. That’s not how science works.” We collect bat samples, send them to the lab. We release the bats back from where we caught them.”
This video has been discovered by the researchers themselves called DRASTIC. A May 2017 official video from the China Academy of Science showed bats being kept in cages.
In this video, information has been given about the construction of Wuhan Lab and its safety standards. During this, interviews of scientists have been shown in it. Also, bats are shown feeding on insects.
This DRASTIC group is working to find out the origin of the corona virus. Along with this group had earlier also claimed that bats are kept in Wuhan lab.
Actually, the virus was being claimed to have leaked from the lab since the time of former US President Donald Trump, but China dismissed it as a conspiracy. But recently it started rising once again. Especially after reports emerged that in 2019 three researchers from the Wuhan Institute of Virology had fallen ill after visiting a bat cave in the southwestern Chinese province of Yunnan.
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