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An Texas Scientist Warns of Threats From Covid-26 and Covid-32

It is necessary to thoroughly study the origin of Covid-19 coronavirus disease, because otherwise humanity could face Covid-26 and Covid-32, warned the American scientist and one of the leading experts on coronavirus and infectious diseases in the United States, Peter Hotez.

According to the expert, who is also one of the heads of the Center for Vaccine Development in the state of Texas, it is “vital” to obtain information on the circumstances under which the new coronavirus began to spread, in order to avoid such recurrences in the future.

“This is already the third major epidemic or pandemic in the 21st century (after SARS and MERS)… The current one is the third in a row. “Mother Nature makes us understand and tells us what will happen in the future: there will be Covid-26 and Covid-32, if we do not fully understand the origins of Covid-19,” Hotez said in a guest appearance on NBC News.

Hotez stressed the need to investigate the “outbreak” of the new coronavirus. For that, virologists, epidemiologists and other specialists should be sent to the Chinese city of Wuhan, from where the Covid-19 pandemic started in December 2019, according to the American expert. They will have to collect the data and the necessary samples on the spot, the scientist added.

Hotez noted that it would be difficult to obtain information on the origin of the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 without China’s cooperation on this issue.

“I think we really need to put a lot of pressure on China, including perhaps sanctions, for a team of prominent epidemiologists and virologists in China to have unhindered access to animals, humans, specimens and laboratories,” said Hotez, who is also dean of the National School for tropical medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.

According to the expert, virologists, epidemiologists and bat experts should stay for at least six months in the Chinese province of Hubei, whose administrative center is Wuhan, 11 million, where scientists will collect samples of the virus, as well as the blood of humans and animals.

“It’s necessary for us to do that. “It is not only in the interest of China or the United States, but of the whole world.”

Earlier in the day, the Daily Caller reported, citing former US State Department staffer David Asher, who was investigating the origins of Covid-19, that the wife of one of the virologists working at Wuhan Laboratory had died from coronavirus infection. in December 2019, before Chinese authorities reported the new coronavirus epidemic.

Asher was informed of the death of the laboratory worker by a person who was then working at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV). According to him, the Chinese authorities allegedly “hid for a month” the information that the coronavirus is contagious to humans. That contributed to the outbreak of the epidemic (in China) and then the global pandemic, Asher said.

Last week, The Wall Street Journal, citing a previously unpublished US intelligence report, reported a serious illness in November 2019 of three Institute staff members who had been hospitalized. The article also said they had the same symptoms “as members of a coronavirus research team”.

Ten days ago, a group of Republicans from the US House Intelligence Committee announced the existence of “huge evidence” that the epidemic may be due to the “escape” of the virus from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. The report published on the Committee’s website indicates the appearance of symptoms characteristic of Covid-19 in the fall of 2019 in several researchers in the laboratory, as well as the presence of the Chinese military at the Institute.

A report officially submitted to the WHO by China claims that the first patient with symptoms later defined as Covid-19 was registered on December 8, 2019 in Wuhan.

In March, an international group of experts under the auspices of the World Health Organization (WHO) released a report on their stay in China in January / February to investigate the origins of the new coronavirus. The scientists could not come to an unequivocal conclusion, and in the last mission document published after several delays, they stated that the most probable scenario is that the coronavirus was transmitted from animal to human through another mediated animal species, and the least probable version is the virus. created and expired from the laboratory.

Following the report, the United States, backed by Australia, Britain, Denmark, Estonia, Israel, Japan, South Korea, Canada, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Slovenia and the Czech Republic, expressed concern about the reliability of the WHO survey in China. The statement from the 14 countries did not directly criticize the conclusions in the final WHO document, but noted that the work of the experts was delayed significantly, without access to complete information and data.

Last week, the White House issued a statement saying US intelligence still did not completely rule out the possibility of the coronavirus spreading after a lab incident at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV). The statement quoted President Joe Biden as saying that the US intelligence community allowed two versions of the virus: animal-to-human and laboratory-based. Biden gave the intelligence agency 90 days to continue to gather and analyze information with redoubled efforts, and then to inform him, promising that the report would be made available to the public.

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