The World Health Organization (WHO) has ditched its plans to further investigate the origins of COVID-19.
The WHO cited difficulties conducting critical studies in China to advance the COVID origins probe.
Does this surprise anybody?
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Despite the mountains of evidence showing the U.S. funded gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, globalist organizations and the CCP will not allow proper investigations.
Rand Paul Was Right, Newly Released Documents Reveal Details of U.S. Funded Research of Wuhan Lab
Fraudci testified before Congress and denied funding dangerous gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Lab.
Rand Paul brought the receipts to support his claims, but the left screamed that he was a liar.
However, a FOIA lawsuit led to the release of 900+ pages of documents proving U.S. dollars funded the research in Wuhan.
The documents detail the work of EcoHealth Alliance to fund bat coronavirus research in China.
EcoHealth Alliance used funding from grant proposals provided by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
The institute ran by Fraudci.
The documents raise additional concerns about the virus originating from a lab leak.
Scientists understood the risk of their bat coronavirus research, but proceeded any way.
Fraudci, Peter Daszak, and mainstream media all lied about it.
"NEWLY RELEASED documents provide details of US-funded research on..coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology..The Intercept has obtained more than 900 pages of documents detailing..work of..EcoHealth Alliance..at the Chinese lab.."https://t.co/n3OkFAq3kM
— Richard H. Ebright (@R_H_Ebright) September 7, 2021
According to a Senate report, the COVID-19 Plandemic was most likely the result of a lab leak.
Senate Report Makes Conclusion on COVID-19 Origins
The report, released by Republicans on the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee, named China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology as the likely source of the pathogen.
“Based on the analysis of the publicly available information, it appears reasonable to conclude that the COVID-19 pandemic was, more likely than not, the result of a research-related incident,” the report read.
“New information, made publicly available and independently verifiable, could change this assessment. However, the hypothesis of a natural zoonotic origin no longer deserves the benefit of the doubt or the presumption of accuracy.”
But don’t expect the WHO to conduct any further investigations.
As expected, they’ve thrown in the towel.
The WHO has abandoned the critical phase of its investigation in China into Covid origins, for the same reason that Biden looks the other way in understanding what’s going on with the Chinese spy balloons: they’d rather not acknowledge the actual truth.https://t.co/Q2UxmPYXnz
— Vivek Ramaswamy (@VivekGRamaswamy) February 15, 2023
"WHO has quietly shelved the second phase of its..investigation into the origins of..COVID.., citing ongoing challenges over attempts to conduct crucial studies in China"
WHO abandons plans for crucial second phase of COVID-origins investigation https://t.co/pTqlYz5F5c
— Richard H. Ebright (@R_H_Ebright) February 14, 2023
In January 2021, an international team of experts convened by the WHO travelled to Wuhan, China, where the virus that causes COVID-19 was first detected. Together with Chinese researchers, the team reviewed evidence on when and how the virus might have emerged, as part of phase one. The team released a report in March that year outlining four possible scenarios, the most likely being that SARS-CoV-2 spread from bats to people, possibly through an intermediate species. Phase one was designed to lay the groundwork for a second phase of in-depth studies to pin down exactly what happened in China and elsewhere.
But two years since that high-profile trip, the WHO has abandoned its phase-two plans. “There is no phase two,” Maria Van Kerkhove, an epidemiologist at the WHO in Geneva, Switzerland, told Nature. The WHO planned for work to be done in phases, she said, but “that plan has changed”. “The politics across the world of this really hampered progress on understanding the origins,” she said.
Researchers are undertaking some work to pin down a timeline of the virus’s initial spread. This includes efforts to trap bats in regions bordering China in search of viruses closely related to SARS-CoV-2; experimental studies to help narrow down which animals are susceptible to the virus and could be hosts; and testing of archived wastewater and blood samples collected around the world in late 2019 and early 2020. But researchers say that too much time has passed to gather some of the data needed to pinpoint where the virus originated.
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