The mission of the World Health Organization (WHO) and a team of Chinese researchers in Wuhan made its conclusions on Tuesday, February 9, 2021. According to experts, there is no indication of the presence of the virus Sars-Cov-2, known as Covid-19, in Wuhan before December 2019.
No indication of the presence of Covid-19 in Wuhan before December 2019
The mission of the World Health Organization (WHO) in China is to determine whether the Sars-Cov-2 virus, known as Covid-19, was already present in Wuhan territory before December 2019. Another objective of this mission, to prove the veracity of the theory which estimated that the Covid-19 pandemic came from a leak from a laboratory in Wuhan.
During a press conference given on Tuesday, February 9, 2021, by Liang Wannian, the head of the delegation of Chinese scientists who participated in the WHO mission, reported the conclusions of the study conducted in Wuhan. So, ” there is not enough evidence (…) to determine whether Sars-Cov-2 spread to Wuhan before December 2019 Liang Wannian believes. There is therefore no indication proving the presence of the virus in the Wuhan region, which has been the epicenter of the pandemic since December 2019.
The theory of a laboratory leak is judged ” highly improbable “
The veracity of the theory of a virus leak from a laboratory in Wuhan was also part of the goals of this WHO mission in Wuhan. Experts decreed that this theory was ” highly improbable And that there was no tangible evidence to support it.
Regarding the transmission of the Covid-19 virus, the animal track is not abandoned, since the delegation believes that this is the scenario “ most likely Although the animal involved has not yet been determined.