This story really hasn’t gotten the press it should have. But a CBC story back in June alleges that lethal pathogens may have been stolen from Canada’s only level-4 virus lab in Winnipeg, Manitoba and shipped to the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
A New York Times’ report alleges that the World Health Organization (WHO) actually made a deal with Chinese Communist Party (CCP), preventing WHO’s researchers from investigating COVID’s origins.
There was some strange things going on at the virology lab in Wuhan in October 2019, where many believe the coronavirus leaked out. Or should we say not going on. The Sydney Morning Herald writes: US intelligence agencies are reportedly examining mobile phone data suggesting there could have been an emergency shutdown in October at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. According to a report, obtained by NBC News, there was no mobile phone activity in a high-security part of the Chinese laboratory complex from October 7 to 24. Previously, there had been consistent use of mobile phones. The report, carried out by private experts, suggested there may have been a “hazardous event”, specifically at the institute’s National Biosafety Laboratory, between October 6 and 11. Analysis of mobile phone data from around the institute also suggested roadblocks were in place between October 14 and 19. READ: Wuhan lab phone records show ‘possible shutdown’ in October