Could Covid-19 have originated from a Chinese lab accident? When the virus was first identified, many pointed out that it was close to the Wuhan Institute of Virology. It sounded like a conspiracy theory. But it’s all too plausible. And there are questions that the long-awaited report by the World Health Organisation leaves unanswered.
Here’s the moment Peter Daszak confirms he DID NOT ask for the data from the MISSING BAT VIRUS DATABASE
Just out: Latest interview with David Asher by @SharriMarkson set up by yours truly https://youtube.com/watch?v=YBq-LV3Jm1M… and https://skynews.com.au/details/_6242360058001… Missing Databases and 3 Sick Researchers at BSL3. David Asher, former lead investigator of US COVID-19 origin taskforce, speaks to @SharriMarkson about the Mojiang miners, on researchers from WIV falling sick, and the theory that Covid-19 may haveContinue reading “Sky News: Interview with David Asher”
Questions/hypotheses about SARS-CoV-2 origin mustn’t distract us from established facts. Sequential recap: 1/ A bat-derived coronavirus (CoV) starts an outbreak near a bat CoV research center, the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV). 2/ WIV’s virus database is noticed to be offline