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Evidence researchers fell ill at Wuhan virus lab in fall 2019?

Many now believe that the Coronavirus leaked out of Communist China’s high tech virus lab in Wuhan, located in the same city where the COVID outbreak originated. Now the US government has released a report stating there is evidence that lab researchers may have fallen ill with the virus in the fall of 2019.

The Daily Wire reports:

The U.S. government has evidence that researchers at a laboratory in Wuhan, China, became sick in Fall 2019 with flu-like symptoms, raising concerns that they were infected with the novel coronavirus as the result of a lab accident, the State Department said Friday.

The agency said that the government still does not know the true origins of the coronavirus, which has caused more than 2 million deaths across the globe.

The prevailing theory, and one pushed by Chinese government officials, has been that the virus jumped from an animal to a human in Wuhan before spreading rapidly to other nations. But some U.S. officials and health experts have asserted that the virus could have accidentally leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV).

READ: US Has Evidence Researchers In Wuhan Lab Fell Ill Before Coronavirus Outbreak, State Department Says

Of course, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has denied the claim, but we all remember in January last year, how the CCP, with the help of the World Health Organization (WHO), told the world that COVID could not spread from person to person. READ: WHO haunted by January tweet saying China found no human transmission of coronavirus

And on a related note, it appears that the Communist regime has come up with a new flavor of ice cream. READ: More than 4,800 boxes of ice cream are found to be contaminated with Covid in China as authorities scramble to contact people who could be affected

But it may simply be part of the CCP’s national “good enough” business strategy. READ: China Declares Its 50-Percent Effective Coronavirus Vaccine Candidate ‘Good Enough’

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