Coronavirus was actually made in the laboratory of Wuhan, China?


NEW ZEALAND (Infocorner Online) Due to the deadly coronavirus there has been lots of sad news around the world and on the other hand there has been a lot of speculations
about the virus in the world. Out of all the speculations One of the rumors is, "the Coronavirus was made in a laboratory in Wuhan, a city in China", but China denies it.
In this regard, French President Emmanuel Maccabees has come ahead and made it clear that there is no evidence that the Coronavirus was made in the Wuhan lab.

According to the British News Agency, a statement from the French presidential palace said that there was no evidence that the virus was made at the P4 laboratory in Wuhan, China, and start spreading from there. He said, the associations that the US media is reporting, there is no concrete evidence of the connection between the laboratory and the Coronavirus in Wuhan.

On the other hand, the US president said on Wednesday that it was trying to find out whether the virus was made in the Wuhan laboratory or not, while the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also said that all matters should be clarified.

Yesterday, During the daily briefing on the Coronavirus in the United States, a Conservative journalist in the White House asked why the former President Obama's administration donated $ 37 million to China's Wuhan Institute of Virology. This is the same organization about which unidentified US officials say the Coronavirus was leaked from there. The response from US President Trump was, 'We will end those aid soon. I wonder who was the president then? 'This grant was paid in 2015.

The Washington Post reported that diplomats in China are concerned and they are not satisfied with the security measures in the Wuhan Laboratory and have sought help. The US president also wondering why there is the world's highest death toll on the Coronavirus in the United States. Trump also has objections to this as well.

He said "We didn't have the most casualties in the world," he said. Most of the casualties would have been in China but we are not aware of the right and exact figures of China. According to data released by Johns Hopkins University, the United States is currently at the top of the list of casualties. However, on Friday, China said its casualties have been counted again and after following various counting procedures, there have been 4,000 deaths so far.

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