US expert: There is no evidence that the virus came from a Chinese laboratory 20-07-21 02:16 Updated BJT
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Peter Daszak, a member of the WHO's expert group investigating the origins of the novel coronavirus in China's Wuhan, said that he and other scholars who have been to Wuhan for origin-tracing studies published a wealth of data supporting a 'natural spillover', and pointed out there is a complete lack of data suggesting a lab accident. Daszak dismissed U.S. 'intelligence reports' as 'political, not scientific'.

Editor: Zhang Jianfeng
20-07-21 02:16 BJT
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