Biden government's opinion changed on the theory of lab-leak of corona virus, know what is the current stand
The Democrat government of Joe Biden in the US has changed its opinion in a very dramatic way over the alleged leak of the Chinese virus. US officials have warned of the spread of the global pandemic Covid-19 virus from Wuhan's lab.
The Democrat government of Joe Biden in the US has changed its opinion in a dramatic way over the alleged leak of the 'Chinese virus'. US officials have considered the theory of the accidental spread of the global pandemic Covid-19 virus from Wuhan's lab to be more or less correct, comparing it to a natural fire in the forest. The lab-leak theory has gained so much air in recent months that President Joe Biden has summoned US intelligence agencies to investigate the source of the virus within 90 days.
According to CNN, the US intelligence community is also divided over whether the virus leaked from Wuhan's lab or whether it has passed naturally from animals to humans. There is little new evidence to go in one direction or the other, CNN quoted sources as saying. But senior officials of the Biden administration are taking the theory of virus leaks in the lab seriously and are looking at this idea very openly.
Despite this, many scientists studying the corona virus and researching the source of infection believe that its source is natural. Sources say that at present, intelligence administrations believe that the virus has probably come in contact with humans from animals in a natural way. They believe that it has not been deliberately prepared in the lab.
It is known that recently the WHO has proposed a re-examination in the laboratory of China and Wuhan to find out the origin of the corona virus. According to diplomats, there has been no response from China on this proposal so far. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus made this proposal in a closed-door meeting with member countries on Friday. A day before this, Ghebreyesus said that the first investigation was hampered by the lack of data on the spread of the corona virus in China in the early days.