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Covid-19: WHO investigation report leaked, fear of spreading virus from animals through bats

Beijing: The joint investigation report of the World Health Organization (WHO) and China (China) being prepared on the origin of Coronavirus has been leaked. Each time the WHO investigation report is being postponed, it is said that the most likely thing is that the corona virus from bats went to some other animal and spread from there to humans.

No answers to many questions

This WHO report on the origin of corona has said that there is very little possibility of coronavirus being leaked from Wuhan lab. The news agency AP has given this information by quoting the WHO report. WHO has not given many answers as expected in this report. The WHO team has proposed further investigation on all other aspects except the aspect of virus leaking from the laboratory.

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Continuous delays

Let me tell you, there has been a continuous delay in the release of the report, due to which questions are raised whether the Chinese side is trying to influence the investigation findings so that the Covid-19 epidemic is not blamed on China. A World Health Organization official said last weekend that he hoped the team’s report would be released in the next few days.

Four major causes of viruses?

It is not yet clear whether the report can still be changed before it is released? Researchers have noted four major reasons for the origin of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. In these, the possibility of spreading the infection through one animal to another has been considered as the main reason. The infection is unlikely to spread directly from bats to humans. The report also said that there is a possibility of spreading the infection through ‘cold-chain’ food products, but very little.

WHO SAYS

Apart from this, it has also been revealed during the moon, that mink and cats are susceptible to COVID virus ie they can be carriers. WHO team expert Peter Ben Ambreck, who is heading the Wuhan mission, said the report has been finalized and the facts are being investigated. He said, ‘I hope that the process will be completed in the next few days and we will make it public.

Was the virus found in the seafood market?

Right now the WHO team is ascertaining whether the virus was found in a seafood market located in Wuhan in December 2019 at the time of inception. The report said, ‘No concrete conclusions have been reached about whether the virus originated in Hunan market.’ The WHO team still has to find answers to many questions before making the Chandj report public.

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