Almost a year and a half after the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in the Chinese city of Wuhan, the question of exactly how the virus arose is coming back to the forefront.
There were many who spoke from the first moment about a tragic accident in Wuhan Institute of Virology, which as we recently learned was also receiving funding from the US government.
The president Joe Biden recently announced an urgent investigation to analyze exactly this, whether the virus was made and how it escaped from the laboratory.
The theory that the coronavirus has escaped from the Chinese laboratory, either intentionally or by mistake, is not new. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.
The laboratory is only a few kilometers away from the Ohan flea market where the Covid-19 first appeared. This is what former President Donald Trump was saying from the very beginning.
And while until now these were characterized as conspiracy theories, in the light of recent developments they have acquired at least a basis for discussion.
In the United States, debates are taking place, both inside and outside the political world, as the Biden government closes the State Department’s investigation into the leak of the laboratory.
“This possibility certainly exists, but I am absolutely in favor of a full investigation into whether it could have happened.” says even Dr. Fauci, the White House health adviser who had never heard of such a possibility.
Biden also said he immediately asked for a report on the start of the pandemic by sitting in the Oval Office, “including whether it came from human contact with an infected animal or whether it was a laboratory accident.”
Trump on Tuesday tried to get praise for the renewed interest in the beginnings of the pandemic: “For me it was clear from the beginning, but they attacked me badly, as always. “Now everyone is saying, ‘He was right,'” he wrote in a letter to the New York Post.
The World Health Organization survey in Wuhan, which passed 12 days in the city and the fatal workshop, concluded that laboratory leakage is “extremely unlikely”…