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Lab leak ‘extremely unlikely,’ WHO investigators in Wuhan say

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After more than 106 million cases of coronavirus worldwide and 2.3 million deaths, a 12-day investigation by a World Health Organization team has shed little new light on the origins of the coronavirus that sparked a devastating pandemic.

In a news conference Tuesday in Wuhan, central China, the heads of the Chinese and WHO delegations said they were unable to conclude whether the virus had passed directly from animal to human or through an intermediary host.

They said the virus was “extremely unlikely” to have spread as the result of a lab accident, dispelling conspiracy theories about how the virus could’ve started.


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  • BuffaloaCitizen Wednesday, 10 February 2021 09:11 AM

    It is time China apologized to the world for this calamity.

    Jehan Wednesday, 10 February 2021 10:07 AM

    China lied people died

    kumar Wednesday, 10 February 2021 10:08 AM

    It is not an accident but well planned one.

    GTG Wednesday, 10 February 2021 11:27 PM

    China has no link with the CORONA VIRUS as it was a well planned work of BILLGATES, NETANYAHU

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