A report on the emergence of Covid-19 by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California, a United States government national laboratory, deduced that the postulation of virus leak theory from a Chinese lab in Wuhan is seemingly reasonable. The virus leak theory deserves more investigation.
The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory prepared the study in May 2020. It was referred to by the State Department of the United States when it administered an inquiry into the origins of coronavirus.
The public largely believes in the viral theory of virus leak from the Wuhan laboratory in China. The lab leak theory was diverted in public scientific debate during the early days of the emergence of the deadly virus. In 2019 first cases of COVID-19, were confirmed in the Chinese city Wuhan. The significant increase in public support for complete investigation in the theory comes into the picture following a global health study by the World Health Organization (WHO) in Wuhan.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory evaluation is drawn on a genomic feature analysis of the Covid-19 virus.
The President of the United States of America Joe Biden called the US intelligence community to report on the origin of coronavirus in May this year. In a previously confidential report of US Intelligence, three researchers from China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology were in hospital after they became very sick. China has, again and again, denied allegations against the possible emergence of Covid 19 in the laboratory of Wuhan. Shi Zhengli, the top bat coronavirus expert at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, has said Covid-19 didn’t leak from her laboratory.
Due to insufficient knowledge, the United States President Joe Biden has directed the Intelligence community to analyze it further by inquiring whatever is required, including specific questions for China.
The investigation needs full support and transparency. It has become crucial for us as global citizens to research well and come to a significant conclusion about the emergence of the covid 19 viruses.