In an interview Financial Times, The White House medical adviser hopes the records will help determine if the virus came from a laboratory.
White House medical adviser Anthony Fucci on Thursday urged the government to share the medical records of nine people infected with the corona virus before the outbreak began, saying it could help determine if the virus could have come from a laboratory.
Three researchers from the Wuhan Institute of Virology have been admitted to hospital with symptoms in November 2019, reviving the theory of a laboratory leak in recent weeks, according to a US news release. Compatible with Covit-19, but a “Seasonal infections.
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In an interview published on Thursday, June 3rd Financial TimesAnthony Fassi said these medical records could answer important questions about the origin of Govit-19 in Wuhan, where an epidemic began that killed more than 3.6 million people worldwide. “I would like to see the medical records of three people who became ill in 2019Said the immunologist. “Are they really sick, then, from what?»
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When researchers went to a cave with bats in China’s Yunnan province, he said he was an immunologist.It is entirely conceivable that the origin of the Covit-19 is in this cave and that it began to spread naturally or passed through the laboratory.“In May, Anthony Fossie announced that many experts”I think it is more likely“That must be Govt-19”A natural phenomenon“, They did”No 100% answer.
China vehemently opposes laboratory hypothesis, accuses Washington of spreading doctrine “ConspiratorsHe also denied information about the hospitalization of researchers in Wuhan. The World Health Organization (WHO), which visited Wuhan earlier this year, argues that the virus appeared in bats before it spread to humans, a study of natural origin that is often considered by a joint study by experts. Via another animal.
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On Friday, June 4, the Chinese Foreign Ministry relied on the group’s findings to reject Anthony Fossi’s reports, citing unsubstantiated reports that the virus first appeared in a U.S. military laboratory at Fort Tetrich.
When asked about the possibility of sharing Beijing medical records, the ministry cited a report from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in March. “We hope that those who do not believe in conspiracy theories, those who respect the facts, those who respect the truth can find the true answers in this publication.Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenpin said. Last week, President Joe Biden called on US intelligence to prepare a report within 90 days on the origin of the Covit-19.