It has been rejected by the head of the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) amid claims to have caused the coronavirus at a Wuhan-based laboratory in China. Yuan Zaming, a professor at WIV and director of its National Biosafety Laboratory, said all these claims are malicious and have no basis. He said we cannot yet say where the disease originated.
Let us know that on April 15, US President Donald Trump has said that his government has decided to investigate the origin of this virus in Wuhan Lab. However, Yuan said on all such allegations that there is nothing within the Sorce-Cove-2 genome indicating that the virus is man-made. He defended the lab, saying that WIV had neither the intention to design the coronavirus nor its ability to make it. In a widely read scientific paper by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), the theory was fueled by China that the virus was produced in the lab. It also stated that the protein of the coronavirus bears a disproportionate resemblance to HIV victims. Such contagious diseases originate from 70 percent of animals, Yuan said.
Not even done experiments on the genome of bats
Yuan, head of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, also rejected assumptions that the laboratory accidentally spread the virus from the genome of bats during research being conducted on bats. He said we have seen the dangers of global climate change and human interaction with close interaction between humans and wild animals. Therefore our procedures are strict.
Virus detection is a challenging question
Yuan said that tracing the origin of the virus is a very challenging scientific question with great uncertainty. Asked if his institute would cooperate with an international investigation into the epidemic, Yuan said he is unaware of such a mechanism but has already been regularly inspected in the laboratory so I hope this Prejudices in relation will be excluded.