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President Trump said the US would publish a report on the origin of SARS-CoV-2


On May 5, President Donald Trump announced that the US would publish a report stating the origin of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that caused the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to Reuters, President of the United States Donald Trump day America will gradually statement 5/5 announcement is clear evidence of the SARS-CoV virus-derived-2. 

he said that:
"We want that to be transparent, to find out what happened, so that it never happens again. We will report exactly this in the future."

However, Mr. Trump did not provide any additional information or time frame to publish the report. Earlier, on April 30, Trump announced that he had seen evidence that the Wuhan Institute of Virology was the true origin of Covid-19 , although he gave no detailed evidence.

Trump and senior US officials are pushing for the corona virus hypothesis to have leaked from Wuhan lab. US intelligence is considering this hypothesis whether the virus is 
"not made by humans or genetically modified".   
The Chinese government emphasized any claim that the nCoV leak from the laboratory was:
 "unfounded and completely fabricated". 
Foreign Ministry spokesman Canh Sang quoted the director of Wuhan Institute of Virology Vien Chi Minh, saying that the laboratory strictly enforces biosafety procedures to prevent pathogens from coming out.    
    
The US - the largest epidemic region in the world - reported 23,084 more cases and 2,242 deaths from Covid-19 over the past 24 hours, bringing the number of infected and dead to 1,235,919 and 72,163 respectively.

New York, the Covid-19 epidemic in the US, recorded 330,139 cases and 25,204 deaths from nCoV. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo is considering reopening but is extremely cautious. 

The United States could increase 200,000 new nCoVs a day in June, more than the current 25,000 daily cases, and the number of deaths could double, to about 3,000 a day, according to NYTimes internal documents. This figure is based on a model of data obtained from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

About half of all states in the US have relaxed the restriction measures since May 1, when the number of new cases begins to decline or stabilize. The state of Texas allows businesses to resume operations in parts, while in Georgia, nearly every business has resumed operations.

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