A laboratory accident in China at the origin of COVID-19?

A laboratory accident in China caused COVID-19?

The US Department of Energy now believes that the lab incident is the likely cause of the pandemic.

The US Department of Energy now supports the thesis that a laboratory accident in China was the cause of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new findings revealed by several media on Sunday.

According to unnamed sources cited by the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and CNN, new elements have tilted the analysis of the Department of Energy towards this hypothesis.

These media, however, point to the persistent differences between the various intelligence agencies on the issue and insist that this new analysis is published “with a low level of confidence” by the Department of Energy, which itself oversees several laboratories. .

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the American federal police, also maintains that the pandemic which killed nearly 7 million people was caused by poor handling within a laboratory Chinese.

According to the Wall Street Journal, four other US intelligence agencies believe that COVID-19 arose through natural transmission, while two remain undecided.< /p>

“At this time, no definitive answer from the intelligence community has emerged on the matter,” White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said Sunday, on the airwaves of CNN.

Reminder As confirmed by its leader, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, in mid-February, the World Health Organization (WHO) is continuing its investigation into the origins of COVID-19, among other things to be better equipped to fight or even avoid a future pandemic.

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