Although Dr. Duc assures that he is “99.9%” certain about the possibility of the virus originating from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) in Hubei province (China), scientists from the World Health Organization. Gender (WHO) rejects the above hypothesis as “extremely uncertain”.
Throughout the report, Mr. Wiesendanger presented evidence, including the fact that so far the host of the new strain corona virus has not been found yet, concerns about safety compliance at WIV, and the goal of the prevention. experiments in Wuhan are pursuing.
Experts from the WHO team visit the Wuhan Institute of Virology to investigate the origin of the Covid-19 pandemic.
This type of research is also being carried out in international laboratories, and sometimes serves the need to assist governments to better prepare themselves in the event of a pandemic.
In the report, the doctor also expressed concern about the ability of the virus to cause Covid-19, in which it is surprisingly well-matched with cellular receptors, while effectively invading cells. in humans.
However, Dr. Wiesendanger’s area of expertise is not virology, but nanoscience, the field of atomic analysis and subatomic particles to create new types of materials, used in biology. science, chemistry, materials science and physics.
Experts from various fields come to China to investigate the origin of the Covid-19 pandemic.
His report also received widespread criticism in the scientific community, including WHO experts. “This is not the hypothesis we will use to support future research (on the Covid-19 epidemic),” said Dr. Peter Ben Embarek of WHO.
However, Dr. Wiesendanger is not the only one who believes in the theory that “the Covid-19 virus originated in the Wuhan laboratory”.
According to NBC News on February 16, a spokesperson for the Office of the US National Intelligence Director said that the country’s intelligence agencies continue to investigate many different hypotheses about the origin of the Covid-19 epidemic.
The lives of the Chinese people gradually returned to normal after the Covid-19 pandemic.
This spokesperson affirmed: “(We) will continue to thoroughly examine information and intelligence sources to determine whether the Covid-19 translation begins with the host’s contact with the human, or the conclusion the result of a leak from the lab ”. The United States continues to ask China to share information about the early phase of Covid-19.