US report: “Covid-19” may have leaked from a Chinese laboratory


The Wall Street Journal, citing informed sources, reported on Monday that a report on the origins of the Covid-19 disease, prepared by a US government national laboratory, concluded that the hypothesis that the virus leaked from a Chinese laboratory in Wuhan is reasonable and deserves further investigation.

The newspaper added that the study was prepared in May 2020 by the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California, and was referred to by the State Department when it conducted an investigation into the origins of the virus during the last months of the rule of former US President Donald Trump.

In recent weeks, the theory of the virus leaking from a laboratory in the Chinese city of Wuhan has returned strongly to the center of discussions in the United States, after it was dismissed by most experts.

US President Joe Biden had ordered the intelligence agencies to prepare a report on the origin of the Corona virus, amid growing controversy about the beginning of its appearance, and Biden asked the American intelligence agencies to “redouble their efforts” and submit a report to him within 90 days.

There are conflicting theories about the origins of the virus between its transmission from animals, perhaps starting from bats, to humans, or its leakage from a laboratory in Wuhan, China. Members of the World Health Organization team that visited China early this year in search of the origins of Covid-19 say it did not get all the necessary data, sparking debate about China’s transparency.

Beijing rejects the hypothesis that the virus leaked from a virus laboratory in Wuhan, and in return it accused the United States of spreading “conspiracy” theories and politicizing the pandemic.


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