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Trump: Many Strange Things About The Origin Of nCoV

Trump said:
 "a lot of strange things are happening" and said the US was investigating when referring to the origin of the nCoV.
"There are a lot of strange things going on and there are also many investigations underway. We will find that out," US President Donald Trump said at a White House press conference yesterday.
The White House boss said on April 16 that the US government is seeking to determine whether nCOV comes from a laboratory in Wuhan, in the context of the source of the virus remains a mystery.

Former Chief of Staff of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley said that there was a possibility that nCoV was of natural origin, in contrast to allegations of virus being created in a laboratory in China, but he said it was not. What's for sure.

Many hypotheses that a laboratory of lax safety standards in Wuhan has infected someone with nCoV and the person then went to a nearby fresh seafood market and spread the virus. Wuhan Institute of Virology in February rejected this information.

China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed that the World Health Organization (WHO) once said there was no evidence of nCoV from the Wuhan laboratory after allegations from the US.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lian Jian said that should leave answers to scientists and health professionals, calling on all parties to cooperate in the fight against Covid-19.

The scientists identified the possibility that the nCoV originated in bats but was transmitted by an intermediate animal in much the same way that the corona virus strain that caused the SARS pandemic in 2002 was transmitted from horseshoe bats to civet cats. and then pass it on to people.

The world has recorded more than 153,000 nCoV deaths out of a total of more than 2.2 million since the beginning of the epidemic in Wuhan in December 2019.

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