(ReliableNews.org) – The World Health Organization (WHO) sent an international team of experts to Wuhan, China, to investigate the origins of the COVID-19 virus. For some inexplicable reason, the investigators allowed individuals from China to take part in the probe. The group released its findings on March 30. However, their report presented more questions than answers and calls for further studies.
The report of the international expert team studying the #COVID19 virus origins in a Wuhan field visit was published today: https://t.co/iTO4vtJ8iV@DrTedros calls for further studies, data on the virus origins & reiterates that all hypotheses remain open https://t.co/DXF9Vyv3eG
— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) March 30, 2021
The report concluded that the COVID-19 virus “most likely” crossed over to humans from an animal species, shooting down the theory that the virus originated in a Wuhan laboratory.
However, as One American News Network reported on March 31, the United States and other countries quickly expressed concerns about the report’s validity. US intelligence agencies have supported the theory that the disease originated in a lab in light of the fact that several Chinese researchers got sick while working at the Wuhan Institute in late 2019.
The WHO itself called for further study during a meeting of the organization’s member states on Wednesday.
Of particular concern to the United States is the impact of China’s botched handling of the virus and the possibility it continues to engage in a cover-up regarding its origins and when it started. The economic impact on the United States and other countries is unquestionable.
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