New information on Wuhan researchers' illness furthers debate on pandemic origins

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"Given everything we know about how Trump handled such things, caution and skepticism were invited. I think we should continue to investigate what went on in China until we continue to find out to the best of our ability what happened", Fauci said. He did not disclose his location or legal status.Crying at times, he did take responsibility for failing to protect the twins."I have paid the most ultimate and painful price for my poor judgment and I have to live with this devastation every single day", he said."I will never forgive myself".

Three researchers from China's Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) sought hospital care in November 2019, months before Beijing reported first case of COVID-19, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, further fuelling the debate over the origins of the pandemic.

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The report alleged three researchers from the Wuhan Institute of Virology came down with symptoms similar to COVID-19 in November 2019.

"What role does the Biden administration think USA scientists or CDC scientists should play in that investigation?" a reporter asked.

"That's why it's so imperative that the Biden administration hold the Chinese Communist Party accountable and demand answers for all of these questions", Cotton added. Look to the divergence of perspective between informed US officials quoted in the story, and their dearth of consensus on whether the intelligence is to be taken as strong "supporting evidence" at all. "What we can't do, and what I would caution anyone from doing, is leaping ahead of an actual global process".

Citing current and former U.S. officials, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday that intelligence gathered by an "international partner" expanded on a State Department document confirming that the three Wuhan lab workers first became sick in November 2019. To test it, we need a full and immediate probe of the lab.

"As member states of the World Health Organization, we need to come together and finish this fight against Covid - our greatest test".

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"Nevertheless, significant circumstantial evidence raises serious concerns that the Covid-19 outbreak may have been a leak from the Wuhan Institute of Virology", the report claimed, listing what it saw as some of the evidence, including: 1.

The US and United Kingdom have called for a transparent probe into the pandemic's origins.

A senior Chinese official in May 2020 confirmed that China's National Health Commission (NHC) had in early January ordered labs throughout the country to destroy coronavirus samples. China asserts that the COVID-19 broke out in different places in the world and China only reported the virus first.

In March this year, the World Health Organization issued a report written jointly with Chinese scientists on the origins of Covid-19, saying the chances of it having started in a lab were "extremely unlikely".

Mr Trump was responding to the host's reference to a Wall Street Journal report that the virus was accidentally leaked from a Chinese lab, based on a USA intelligence document which has reignited the virus origin debate.

"Those claims are groundless", he said. Researchers were even hospitalized, implicating the lab-leak theory as more likely than bat-to-human transmission either in the wild or in a Chinese wet market.

"The US continues to hype the lab leak theory", the ministry told the WSJ.

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