Where did the Coronavirus originate?

A couple of days ago, Fox News detailed that sources accept the coronavirus flare-up really began in a Wuhan lab. It was a piece of China’s endeavors to contend with the US. Presently, A French Nobel prize-winning researcher “Luc Montagnier” has started another controversy saying coronavirus was originated in a lab.

“The Wuhan city laboratory has specialized in these coronaviruses since the early 2000s. They have expertise in this area,” he was quoted as saying, Gulf Today reported.

In an interview given to French CNEWS, Scientist Luc said that the SARS-CoV-2 virus originated from a lab because of endeavoring to make a vaccine against AIDS.

Another bombshell report also claimed that coronavirus may have originated in bungled experiments at Wuhan lab as first reported by Daily Mail Uk

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The theory of COVID-19 beginning from a lab test or a hole has been making adjustments for a long while, particularly in the US. President Trump also spoke about the possibility of coronavirus accidentally leaking by an intern working at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.

An ongoing Washington Post says, two years ago the US international safe haven authorities in China raised worries about the insufficient biosafety at the Chinese Wuhan Institute of Virology. it is where fatal, lethal infections, diseases are studied.

Last Friday, President Trump said that the government is researching and investigating a chance of whether the coronavirus got away from a Wuhan lab. He additionally swore the U.S. government will discover how the pandemic, fatal in current history was released from China.

 Trump said in a press conference,

“We’re looking at it. A lot of people are looking at it. It seems to make sense,”

The virus has pushed the world economy to the brink of collapse. Just over 12 hours ago, the oil costs plunged beneath zero as frenzy cleared the market, the cost of US raw petroleum slammed from $18 a barrel to – $38 surprisingly fast.

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