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Experiments in Wuhan on coronavirus variants before the outbreak of the pandemic

This was stated by the British newspaper "The Times", publishing an investigation conducted on the basis of intercepted top secret communications and scientific reports

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Some Chinese scientists in Wuhan reportedly worked with the national military in combining the deadliest variants of coronavirus shortly before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. This was stated by the British newspaper "The Times", publishing an investigation conducted on the basis of intercepted top secret communications and scientific reports. According to investigators of "The Times", Chinese experts would have conducted a secret project with dangerous experiments, which caused a material leak from the Wuhan Institute of Virology and started the Covid-19 epidemic. "The Times" also cites US investigators, according to which one of the reasons why there would be no public information on the work done in Chinese laboratories is because it was done in collaboration with researchers from the Chinese army, which financed it and which was at the time pursuing the goal of developing biological weapons.
The Wuhan institute was engaged in increasingly risky experiments with forms of coronavirus collected in bat caves in southern China. Initially, the lab made its findings public and argued that the associated risks were justified because the work could enable and aid vaccine development. According to the investigation by "The Times", the situation would have changed in 2016, after the discovery of a new type of coronavirus, closely related to Covid-19, in a mine in Mojiang, where people had died with suspicious symptoms. Instead of raising the alarm on a global scale, according to the newspaper, the Chinese authorities did not report what happened, but rather transported the virus samples to the Wuhan institute and kept further research developments secret.

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