Study Finds Three Types of Viruses in Bats Found in Wuhan Lab, None Matched the Coronavirus Strain


Wuhan : Three types of viruses found in bats have been found at the Virology Institute in Wuhan, China. However, none of these matched the current strains of coronavirus, causing deaths of millions worldwide. Institute director Wong Yanyi gave this information.

Scientists believe that Corona originated in Wuhan. More than 3.40 lakh people have died due to this. The virus came from bats and spread to humans through a mammal animal. At the same time, Wuhan Institute director Wong Yanyi told Chinese media CGTN that the claims of President Donald Trump and others are completely fabricated.

The interview with Wong was recorded on 13 May and was broadcast on Saturday. Wong said some coronavirus have been identified at the center. We have three strains of living viruses. However, only 79.8% of them match SARS Cove-2.

In Professor Xi’s previous research, he ignored viruses that did not resemble the SARS virus. He said that Trump and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have been accusing China for two months under the conspiracy that the virus originated from the Wuhan lab.

He said that we did not know exactly before December 30 that such a virus exists. He said that he had received some samples of the virus on 30 December. After investigation, its genome was extracted on 2 January and WHO was informed on 11 January.

President Trump and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have claimed China that Coronavirus has connections to the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Trump also said that he had evidence for this. Corona has been prepared in this lab. However, he said that he is not allowed to tell about it.

President Trump and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have been continuously alleging that the coronavirus has originated from China’s Wuhan lab.

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