Wife of a virusologist from Uhanny died from Covid-19 to a pandemic

The wife of a virusologist from the Wuhan laboratory died from Coronavirus back in December 2019, reports Daily Caller with reference to the former US State Department employee David Asher, who was investigating the origin of COVID-19.

“It was the first sign that the virus can spread among people,” Asher told the publication, RIA Novosti reports this.

It is specified that Asher learned about the death of a virologist’s wife from a person who at that time he worked at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Asher added that China’s authorities allegedly “hid for a month” Information about the danger of coronavirus for people.

Previously, the Wall Street Journal newspaper wrote about the serious disease of the three Chinese researchers from the Institute of Virology in Uhang shortly before the pandemic. Scientists appealed to the hospital back in November 2019. At the same time, they had similar symptoms, and they themselves were “members of one team engaged in coronaviruses,” the publication reported.