Chinese virologist vows to publish evidence that COVID-19 was made in a Wuhan lab


A Chinese virologist who has reportedly been in hiding over fear for her safety has vowed to publish evidence that proves SARS-CoV-2 was made in a Wuhan Lab. ~

Dr. Li-Meng Yan is a Virologist and Immunologist from the Hong Kong School of Public Health. She fled to the United States in April after claiming that the Chinese government knew about the Coronavirus long before it made this information known to the world. She has reportedly been in hiding ever since, fearing for her life because she knows “how they treat whistleblowers.” On Friday September 11th, she appeared via video chat on the British talk show “Loose Women.” During the interview, she announced that she has scientific evidence that proves that SARS-CoV-2 was made in a Wuhan Lab (FOX). ~

When asked where the virus came from, Dr. Yan said that it came from a lab in Wuhan and that “the lab is controlled by China’s government.” She followed up by claiming that the reports about the virus originating in a Wuhan wet market are a “smokescreen.” Yan says that she received her evidence from the CDC in China and from local doctors. Dr. Yan is currently working on preparing evidence that she claims will prove that the virus was made in a Wuhan lab. She explained that the “Genome sequence is like a human fingerprint” and said that this is how she plans to prove her claim. Dr. Yan said her goal is to make her report easy to understand for everyone, “even if you have no biology knowledge.” According to her statements, she claims that understanding the origin of the virus will make it easier to treat. ~

Dr. Yan says that she was one of the first scientists in the world to study the virus. Yan said in the interview that she “was the one assigned to do the secret investigation about new pneumonia in Wuhan” because she has 2 degrees from mainland China (NY Post). During her investigation, she saw that news of the virus was being kept quiet. Dr. Yan says she felt obligated to come out with the news because she knew that “this was a dangerous virus and all these things meant I could not keep silent.” The Chinese National Health Commission has denied the allegation that the virus was created in a lab, citing a lack of evidence (Daily Mail). ~


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