Swiss scientist evaluated version of COVID-19 leak from Wuhan lab

Trace of a novel coronavirus pandemic that has spread from China

Didier Pitte, chef from the Infectious Disease Prevention and Control Service at the Geneva University Hospital, said there was no evidence of SARS-CoV-2 virus leaking from a laboratory from Wuhan, China, reports RIA Novosti.

“ In reality, we have no evidence that this virus or any others were created in the lab. This has been discussed a lot. Mainly because it all happened in China. But they always forget to say that the first destructive bacteria to escape the lab made it to the United States. And it happened in a laboratory with an extremely high level of security ',' ' he noted.

The scientist pointed out that the question of the possibility of a Wuhan lab leak “ is more political. & # 39; & # 39;

Previously the United States National Institutes of Health (NIH) & nbsp; reported & nbsp; evidence that the first cases of coronavirus infection in the country date back to December 2019.

At the end of 2019, the PRC reported an outbreak of the disease caused by a new type of coronavirus. It was registered in Wuhan City, located in Hubei Province. On March 11, the WHO announced the & nbsp; COVID-19 pandemic around the world. & Nbsp; On March 29, China & nbsp; announced the end of the coronavirus epidemic.


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