For Canadian biotech entrepreneur Yuri Deigin, whose 16,000-word essay last April provided one of the first detailed arguments that the COVID-19 virus could have escaped from a Chinese lab, the recent traction gained by such a theory provides a measure of satisfaction.
“When I just put it out, I was ridiculed and attacked as a crackpot, a crazy guy who doesn’t know what he’s talking about,” Deigin said from Moscow.
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Origin of Covid-19: Should the laboratory accident hypothesis be studied from a scientific point of view?
The world is yet to strongly question the origin of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Unless that is done, there is no way countries can protect themselves and their people in future. India Today decided to get in touch with groups of scientists and researchers to understand more on the possibilities of the SARS-CoV-2 virus being a result of an accidental lab leak.