Facebook will no longer remove posts about artificial origin COVID-19

Facebook will no longer delete posts, which say that COVID-19 was created artificially, her representative of the ABC News TV channel reported.

“In the light of continuing investigations of the origin of COVID-19 and consultations with public health experts, we will no longer delete from our applications that COVID-19 was created artificially,” the Facebook representative said.

Previously, the Wall Street Journal newspaper, with reference to these intelligence, reported that three scientists from the Institute of Virology in the Chinese Uhana were seriously sick in November 2019 and were treated for medical care that “adds weight” calls to conduct an investigation regarding whether Coronavirus leak from the laboratory. The PRC Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that this information does not correspond to reality.

The International Group of WHO Experts Since January 14, almost a month was in China and led jointly with Chinese experts research in the field of clarification of the origin of COVID-19. WHO experts have time to visit the Wuhan Institute of Virology, including the most isolated BSL-4 laboratory with which rumors were associated about the alleged “leak” of the virus or possible artificial origin of COVID-19, hospital, the seafood market “Huanan”, as well as the Center for Control and prevention of diseases.

Following the trip, the experts conducted a press conference, during which they shared the results of work in Uhana. According to them, at the moment it is not known which role in the spread of the virus was played by the seafood market “Huanan” in the Uhana, and also called the unlikely direct hit of COVID-19 from the volatile mice to the specified market, suggesting that it was probably an intermediate carrier of the virus. WHO experts intend to learn this hypothesis in the future. At the same time, they stated that the transfer of virus to a person because of the laboratory leakage is unlikely.