China called on to explain outbreak of a mysterious disease in laboratory of Wanne

The director of the National Institute of Allergic and Infectious Diseases of the United States Anthony Fauci called on China to explain the outbreak of the mysterious disease in the Uhanny laboratory in 2019. His words brings the newspaper Financial Times.

The publication indicates that in 2012, six miners fell ill with an unknown disease after entering the cave with volatile mice. Three of them died. Then scientists of the Wuhan Institute of Virology visited the cave and took samples of the virus. In November 2019, three employees of the institute were also sick of a mysterious disease.

According to Fauci, the publication of medical data of all ninter diseases will allow shed light on the origin of the coronavirus. “Was these people have a virus? What was it? It is possible that the origins of SARS-COV-2 were located in that cave and either began to spread naturally, or there was a leak from the laboratory,” the infectiousist.

Faucci’s statement sounded against the background of growing suspicions that the coronavirus pandemic could be due to the leakage of the virus from the laboratory in Uhana. On May 20, the United States said that there are “serious indirect evidence” that the first outbreak of the coronavirus SARS-COV-2 occurred as a result of leakage from the Chinese research laboratory.

In turn, the Chinese authorities indicate the possibility of leakage of coronavirus from the American military laboratory Fort-Detrik. Beijing even asked the World Health Organization (WHO) to hold an international investigation. In addition, at the end of May, China demanded that the American authorities explain the outbreak of a mysterious virus in Virginia, which occurred in July 2019, shortly before the coronavirus pandemic. According to the representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China Zhao Liacymen, Washington should tell the “truth” about the outbreak in 2019 another acute respiratory disease, which then tied up with damage to the lungs due to Weiping. The representative of the Chinese Foreign Ministry recalled that in the neighboring Virginia State of Maryland is the most American military laboratory, which causes many questions from Beijing.