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Controversy over the origin of Covid escalates after photos of bats in what could be a Wuhan lab |  Nice

Controversy over the origin of Covid escalates after photos of bats in what could be a Wuhan lab | Nice

Could the Covid-19 virus have escaped from a Chinese laboratory before it spread across the planet? The debate over this possibility is heating up. Pictures have now been released showing live bats in what will be inside the Wuhan laboratory, a high-security facility.

The lab, which opened largely in 2017, has become a target of international discussions, after the release of a video that brings images of live bats in what will be inside the lab.

You are The Chinese and their Western scientific partners have long denied the existence of bat breeding at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. This fact may strengthen the possibility that the Covid-19 virus did not come from an animal in the wild, but rather escaped from a Chinese laboratory.

Engineer Giles, a Frenchman living in New Zealand, is part of a hypothetical group called ‘Drastic’ – they are amateur online detectives investigating the origins of the Covid-19 virus. They found the video on a Chinese website. “It’s not easy to find a video like this, because the title doesn’t always have keywords to make it easier to search. You have to dig a lot, until you come across what matters,” Giles says.

Another discovery by the ‘Drastic’ group was in 2020: In a scientific article, researchers from Wuhan reveal that they have discovered, without explaining exactly how, a new virus. It was they who discovered that this virus had already appeared, but under another name, in another Chinese article, and that the virus had been collected by researchers in a cave full of bats, in 2012. See the full report above.

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