Chinese scientist at centre of COVID-19 controversy denies lab leak theory
The Chinese scientist at the center of theories that the coronavirus pandemic originated with a leak from her specialized lab in the city of Wuhan ...
According to the New York Times, in 2017 Shi and her colleagues at the Wuhan laboratory published a report on an experiment"in which they created new hybrid bat coronaviruses by mixing and matching parts of several existing ones, including at least one that was nearly transmissible to humans, in order to study their ability to infect and replicate in human cells".
But in an email to the paper, Shi said her experiments differed from gain-of-function experiments since they did not seek to make a virus more dangerous.Instead they were trying to understand how the virus might jump across species. Read more: CNA »
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Save it CCP. Nothing to check , all checks done by WHO , those unhappy can go on uhappy , nobody stopping u . The time of admission is over United Nations Secretary General must step in now to order China like Donald Trump said last week to compensate every country around the world for at least US$10 trillion for responsible of starting this and spreading it for the last 18 months
Are you BSing china? ChinaLiedMillionsDied CCP-member denies CCP-virus. Makes sense.
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