Australian study: Covid-19 properties indicate “laboratory manipulation”
An Australian study has concluded that no indication has yet been found that an emerging corona virus can be found in animals, including bats or exotic wildlife being sold in the fresh meat market in Wuhan, China, where the virus first appeared, and also has a large laboratory He studies such viruses.
According to the “Washington Times”, the “extraordinary” ability of the SARS Cove 2 virus that causes Covid-19 to easily infect humans has raised the doubts of an Australian research team, which includes five scientists.
The preliminary report of the study, which is now being revised, is based on computer modeling of the virus’s ability to infect various animals, including humans.
The newspaper quotes “Nikolai Petrovsky,” who leads the team, that researchers suspect that “human manipulation” is the cause of this unprecedented ability of the virus to infect human cells.
He also added that the strength of his association with human cells “far exceeds” similar characteristics in animal injuries.
“In addition to the fact that no identical virus has been found in nature, this leads to the possibility that the virus is man-made,” said Petrovsky, a professor at the School of Medicine and Public Health at the University of Flinders.
He continued, “It is quite reasonable that the virus was manufactured at the Biosecurity Facility in Wuhan, a laboratory that was known to synthesize strange viruses from the Corona family.”
Western countries, including Australia, have made statements accusing China of being responsible, in one way or another, for the global pandemic, a path initiated by US President Donald Trump and led to tensions with Beijing.