The idea that the Coronavirus came from the Wuhan lab was once hailed as a conspiracy but nowadays even the mainstream media is even accepting the fact that evidence points to the virus being leaked from the Wuhan lab.
Reports are now even coming out stating that the scientists who worked at the Wuhan Institute of Virology filmed themselves being bitten by bats in 2017.
The reports surfaced after a China state run tv network video from 2017 resurfaced and showed the scientists handling the bats with no gloves, masks or any other protective gear.
In one section of the video a virus expert noted that a bat bit him right through his gloves, while other experts shared that bats blood was splattered on them while conducting research.
— New York Post (@nypost) May 28, 2021
— Prasanna Viswanathan (@prasannavishy) May 29, 2021
The New York Post stayed busy and had these details to report:
Scientists at the Chinese lab eyed as a possible source of the coronavirus pandemic were previously filmed getting bitten and spattered with blood while handling bats without protection, according to reports.
The state-run TV footage showed researchers at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) disregarding gloves, masks and other PPE while handling bats and collecting feces in the field, Taiwan News first noted.
In one section, virus expert Cui Jie related how a bat’s fangs once went right through his glove, describing it as feeling “like being jabbed with a needle,” the outlet noted.
The video — first broadcast in China on Dec. 29, 2017 — then cut to a person’s limb badly swollen from an apparent bat bite. Scientists also admitted getting spattered with blood during the research, according to the Sun.
As one scientist was shown handling samples with bare hands, the narrator noted how the risk of injury “still exists,” and that team members got a rabies vaccine before each field sampling, the Taiwan report said.
— Clarissa Bye (@clarissa_bye) May 28, 2021
NEWS 🚨 Scientists at Wuhan lab filmed being bitten while handling bat, Taiwan News first reported. pic.twitter.com/LkQfKW4iP8
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) May 29, 2021
The Sun covered the big story too:
SCIENTISTS at a Chinese lab linked to the outbreak of Covid revealed how they were bitten by bats and spattered with blood before “patient zero” infected the world.
A researcher from the Wuhan Institute of Virology claimed fangs went through his rubber gloves “like a needle” while collecting samples in a cave packed with infected bats.
A video – which first emerged two years ago – appears to show scientists working on “live viruses” without gloves and masks in an apparent breach of World Health Organisation safety rules.
Here is some of the footage of the that the New York Post was able to obtain: