Interview with the deputy director of the Chinese laboratory accused of spreading the Coronavirus.

Interview with the deputy director of the Chinese laboratory accused of spreading the Coronavirus.
Interview with the deputy director of the Chinese laboratory accused of spreading the Coronavirus.

Corona virus originating in Wuhan, China has created a worldwide uproar. About 56 lakh people have been involved in the epidemic so far, of which about three and a half lakh people have died. But a virologist famous for bat research in China says that the corona virus is just a painting, the actual image remains to be seen. He says that many dangerous viruses such as bats are present in bats.
The 'bat woman' of China, known as the deputy director of Wuhan Xi Zhengli Institute of Virology, said that many more dangerous viruses such as the Taj are present in wild animals such as bats and will come into the world if they are not detected in time. Future. day. You may have to face this type of additional epidemic. The Wuhan Virology Institute is the laboratory from where the outbreak of the Crown is called.

Zhengli said that governments and scientists should adopt a transparent approach to the research being done on the virus. China has to face accusations of not giving the world proper information of the crown on time. But Zhengli said that the politicization of science is regrettable.

Speaking to the Chinese government channel CCTN, he said that if we want to save humanity from the next pandemic, we should investigate unknown viruses found in wild animals and warn them ahead of time. If we do not know them, epidemics can also spread. He said that everyone needs to work together to deal with Corona.

The corona has not spread from the laboratory.

Relations between China and the United States have worsened in relation to Corona. The United States alleges that the crown was expanded from Wuhan's laboratory, and China initially tried to hide it. But China has denied these allegations. Zhengli dismissed the United States allegations. She said that the genetics she worked on did not match her genetic corona virus.

Zhengli started virus research in 2004 when SARS wreaked havoc. Since then he has studied all types of bats. In 2013, he was successful when he found out that bat stools are 96.2 percent SARS like COV-2. In 2015, he found in his research that viruses such as SARS can come from bats in humans.

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