The governments alleged that there is a cover-up of the extent of the outbreak in China
The initial transmission of the virus was from bat to human and neither man-made nor an intended bio-weapon – Report
WIV lacked adequate safety procedures and appropriately trained technicians – Report
The US, France, and British governments and other countries through their intelligence are investigating the assumed secretive origin of the coronavirus disease outbreak (COVID-19), with the belief that the disease outbreak started in a secretive Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) Lab and having criticized China’s cover-up of the extend of the coronavirus disease outbreak in China.
US government through its intelligence officials are growing in confidence that the Wuhan Lab in China is the cause of the coronavirus disease outbreak and not the from the seafood market originally believed.
US President Donald Trump and its intelligence officers are gaining more confidence that the coronavirus outbreak came accidentally from the Wuhan Lab in China studying diseases in bats.
US government of President Trump and its intelligence officials also believe that the market was used to swerve the blame away from the Lab
The secretive origin of the coronavirus has lasted for over four months without any definitive proof linking the outbreak to the Wuhan seafood market.
President Trump revealed that the result of the investigation would be out soon while responding questions from reporters
A report investigation recently revealed that the classified document in China showed that the initial transmission of the virus was from bat to human and that the Wuhan seafood market never truly sold bats.
The classified report also revealed that the virus was neither man-made nor intended to be used as a bio-weapon.
Fox’s Bret Baier believed that Patient zero was an intern firstly infected while working in the (Wuhan Institute of Virology) WIV Lab before we went on the coronavirus spreading spree among the Wuhan population.
A Washington Post investigation revealed that the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) lacked adequate safety procedures and appropriately trained technicians, requiring regulation to safely operate the high-containment Lab.