“Covid-19 may not have originated in China”

Covid-19 may not have originated in China at all, says top WHO scientist

Excerpts from a Report by the Mirror by Luke Powell — 14 Feb 2021

Prof John Watson, formerly England’s deputy chief medical officer, was part of a WHO delegation sent to Wuhan to investigate the sources of the pandemic, and said he was not certain Covid-19 originated in China.

It is possible the virus’s leap from animals to humans could have happened outside the country, Prof John Watson said.

He told BBC One’s The Andrew Marr Show that the pandemic most likely started with an infection in an “animal reservoir” which was then passed on to humans through an “intermediate host”.

Asked if he was sure the virus emerged in China, Prof Watson said “no”.

He said: “I think that there are all sorts of reasons to do with the way it did start in the outbreak in Wuhan and the various bits of information about the way in which these viruses live in different animal reservoirs, that suggest that China is a very, very possible source for the outbreak, but by no means necessarily the place where the leap from animals to humans took place.

“And I think we need to ensure that we are looking beyond the borders of China, as well as within China.”


Reports ScienceForcus – 6th July, 2020

The coronavirus may have been lying dormant across the world until emerging under favourable environmental conditions, rather than originating in China, an expert has claimed.

Dr Tom Jefferson, from the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBM) at Oxford University, has pointed to a string of recent discoveries of the virus’s presence around the world before it emerged in Asia as growing evidence of its true origin as a global organism that was waiting for favourable conditions to finally emerge.

The coronavirus may not have originated in China, says Oxford professor © Getty Images

Traces of COVID-19 have been found in sewage samples from Spain, Italy and Brazil which pre-date its discovery in China. A preprint study, which has not been peer reviewed, claims to have found the presence of SARS-CoV-2 genomes in a Barcelona sewage sample from 12 March 2019.

CatalanNews: “A study led by the University of Barcelona (UB) has detected the presence of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater samples from Barcelona on March 12, 2019.”

“Since most cases of Covid-19 show flu-like symptoms, the former should have been masked as undiagnosed flu cases.”

World Economic Forum COVID-19 was circulating in Italy from September 2019, according to a study by the Italian National Cancer Institute. A study by the University of Siena also supports this theory.

Italy’s first COVID-19 patient was detected on Feb. 21 (2019) in a little town near Milan, in the northern region of Lombardy.

I create darkness; I create evil; I, the Lord, do all these things (Isaiah 45:7).

~ by Joel Huan on February 16, 2021.

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