Chinese virologist claims she has evidence proving that COVID-19 was hand-made in Wuhan lab
A Chinese virologist publicly claimed that she had evidence proving that COVID-19 was made in a lab controlled by the Chinese government.
Dr. Li-Meng Yan, a scientist, who worked at the Hong Kong School of Public Health, a reference laboratory for the World Health Organization finally came out to the light to make a revealing statement after hiding for long fearing for her safety.
Friday, Dr. Yan gave an interview to British Talk show but spoke via video chat as she didn’t want to expose her location. When asked where did the killing virus come from, the scientist replied:
“It comes from the lab — the lab in Wuhan and the lab is controlled by China’s government” and added that the reports that the virus came from a wet market in Wuhan are “a smokescreen.”
“The first thing is the [meat] market in Wuhan … is a smokescreen and this virus is not from nature,” Yan claimed, explaining that she got “her intelligence from the CDC in China, from the local doctors.”
She recalled that she was silenced when she was attempting to alarm the public about human-to-human transmission of the virus last year. In April she reportedly left China and escaped to the U.S. to raise the awareness of the coronavirus. She said that after that, information about her was deleted from the Hong Kong database and some people were hired to spread misinformation about her, that she is a liar.
Now Dr. Yan is going to issue the scientific evidence proving that the virus was hand-made in a Wuhan lab.
“The genome sequence is like a human finger print,” she told the talk show. “So based on this you can identify these things. I use the evidence … to tell people why this has come from the lab in China, why they are the only ones who made it.”
“Anyone, even if you have no biology knowledge, you can read it, and you can check and identify and verify by yourself.”
“We may now know the origins of coronavirus. I know if I don’t tell the truth to the world, I will be regretful,” the virologist said.