The World Health Organization (WHO) has denied that the deadly coronavirus had spread to a lab in Wuhan, China. It is said that the virus can be transmitted to humans through bats. WHO spokeswoman Fedella Shaib said on Tuesday. News Reuters.

He said that as the virus spread worldwide, many complained that China had used these biological weapons to create its own authoritarianism. This is an unreasonable allegation. Analyzing all the evidence we have, it has been found that the virus has been transmitted to humans through an animal. We are not yet 100% sure about this, but we can say that the virus has not been spread from any laboratory.

He added that research is still ongoing into how the virus came to the human body from other animals. Our initial idea is that coronavirus came to humans from bats.

Ever since the virus spread, people around the world have claimed that it was made in the laboratory of the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China and spread among people. US President Donald Trump is also in the squad. He said the matter was being investigated. He also threatened to crack down on China if it found appropriate evidence.
But Yuan Zhimming, director of Wuhan Institute of Virology, denied the allegations, saying the virus was "absolutely impossible" from the Wuhan Institute of Virology Lab. No lab staff has been infected with the coronavirus so far. We are working with enough caution as always. We know exactly how to deal with viruses. So the allegation that the virus is spreading from the lab is baseless.

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