When we are talking about the source of the COVID-19, it is important to understand that it was Chinese scientists who first pointed their finger at the Level 4 virology lab in Wuhan as the source of the outbreak. READ: Did coronavirus originate in Chinese government laboratory? Scientists believe killer disease may have begun in research facility 300 yards from the Wuhan wet fish market
Now the National Institutes of Health, a leading US research organization, is asking some pointed questions about the virus and its origins.
The Daily Mail explains:
The National Institutes of Health has asked if Covid-19 was linked to the deaths of three miners eight years ago and questioned whether the high-security laboratory in Wuhan possessed samples of the virus prior to the pandemic’s outbreak late last year.
The agency also demanded to know more about the ‘apparent disappearance’ of a scientist at the lab rumoured to be Patient Zero, and questioned if roadblocks were placed around the Wuhan Institute of Virology between October 14 and 19 last year.
READ: Where IS the Wuhan virus researcher who was named as Patient Zero? And why WERE road blocks placed around the lab where she worked last October? Top US body asks explosive questions on the origin of coronavirus
In an interview with China’s state television, Wang Yanyi, the director of the virus lab in Wuhan, admitted that the lab had three strains of the Coronavirus, just not the ‘one’ that is running rampant across the world. READ: Infamous Wuhan lab admits having three live strains of bat coronavirus on-site
The fact that the Communist regime had Yanyi speak on the country’s state-run TV in a failed attempt at damage control tells us that most Chinese people believe the virus leaked out of that lab.