As a result of the Covid genesis story, a new team has been formed to investigate the mysterious Wuhan lab, which has been accused of leaking information.

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As a result of the Covid genesis story, a new team has been formed to investigate the mysterious Wuhan lab, which has been accused of leaking information.

THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO) will undertake a new investigation into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic, tasked with assembling a new team of scientists and specialists to gather more information on how the virus spread in China.

According to a Wall Street Journal report, the goal of the group, which includes experts from a number of sectors such as laboratory safety, biosecurity, and geneticists, as well as animal disease specialists, would seek to figure out how people become infected. The COVID-19 pandemic is thought to have originated in the Wuhan Institute for Virology, WIV, and has killed over 4.7 million people to far.

China refutes all claims that the virus was created by humans and then spilled from the facility.

Beijing has urged that the WHO look into whether the virus came from other nations, particularly the United States.

The probe was prompted by a request from US President Joe Biden, who directed intelligence agencies to look into a lab-leak theory.

Former US President Donald Trump claimed that body bags were spotted lined up in quantity outside the WIV in intelligence assessments released several months before the outbreak.

According to previous reports, the intention was to invest US funds in a project that would spread the virus to a local bat population in Wuhan.

Despite the fact that the project was never funded, rumors say that the virus was transmitted as planned in order to improve virus immunity in animals and people.

China has refused to comment on the new inquiry, and it is unclear whether a fresh investigative team will be allowed into the country.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry declared in a statement that it had ‘completely cooperated’ with the prior probe, a claim that the former WHO team has vehemently denied.

According to the final assessment, there was insufficient evidence to answer important concerns about the leak, such as where, when, and how the virus spread.

It did determine, however, that the virus escaping from a laboratory was “extremely implausible.”

China has urged that the WHO look elsewhere, adding another layer of defense to its national interests.

The virus may have started in a US military research center in Maryland as well as an Italian unit, according to state media.

Beijing is also expected to insist on the participation of some of its own scientists. “Brinkwire News Summary.”

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