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China’s Wuhan lab denies knowingly manufacturing and spreading the coronavirus

China’s Wuhan lab denies knowingly manufacturing and spreading the coronavirus
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China’s Wuhan lab denies knowingly manufacturing and spreading the coronavirus

With the coronavirus death toll rising especially in the US, resentment and anger have not been left behind.

On Saturday, the US President Donald Trump insinuated that China should face dire consequences, if it knowingly manufactured and allowed the spread of the dreaded covid-19 which is now wreaking havoc across the world.

According to Chinese scientists, the coronavirus most likely originated from a market where exotic animals were slaughtered but conspiracy theories do not seem to read from the same script.

According to the theories, the virus was manufactured at a maximum-security virology lab from where it spread to the whole world.

Currently, independent investigations into the exact origin of the virus are underway.

Yuan Zhiming, the head of the P4 lab where the covid-19 was allegedly manufactured has however dismissed the allegations saying that there is no way the virus came from them.

In an interview with the State media Mr Zhiming said that he knows it is impossible.

Protests

This comes even as some US citizens took the streets to protest against lock-downs that have consequently led to joblessness.

The number of coronavirus positive cases has risen to over 735, 000 in the US with over 39, 000 people succumbing to the coronavirus.

On Saturday, hundreds of Americans flooded the capitals of Maryland, Hampshire, Texas and Ohio with some waving arms and others the American flags to show their dissatisfaction with the stay-at-home orders.

The protesters were encouraged by President Trump who tweeted that three states should be liberated from the lock-down.

Other countries currently under lockdown are Italy and Spain whose death tolls are over 20, 000 and France with over 19, 000.

Signs of victory over the pandemic have on the other hand been seen in some countries such as Switzerland, Denmark and Finland where schools and shops have been reopened.

Germany is also likely to get back to her feet after some shops were reopened on Monday.

 

 

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