Chinese Virologist Planning to Release Evidence that COVID-19 was Man-made in Wuhan Lab
Chinese Virologist, Dr. Li-Meng Yan, a scientist who has done the earliest research into COVID-19 last year, made the claim that she has evidence of COVID-19 being a man-made virus.
She made the comments on a Friday interview on British talk show “Loose Women.”
As we all know, the virus originated in Wuhan, China. In 2015, Former President Barack Obama and the NIH provided funding to the same lab in Wuhan that Dr Yan claims the virus started.
The Wuhan Institute of Virology grows coronaviruses and injects them into animals.
The official story is that it sprung and spread from a meat market in Wuhan, but Dr. Li-Meng Yan refutes that narrative.
“It comes from the lab — the lab in Wuhan and the lab is controlled by China’s government.”
“The first thing is the [meat] market in Wuhan … is a smokescreen and this virus is not from nature,” Yan claimed, explaining that she got “her intelligence from the CDC in China, from the local doctors.”
In April, Yan reportedly fled Hong Kong and escaped to America to raise awareness about the pandemic
She is planning on releasing scientific evidence that will show the virus was made inside the lab in Wuhan.
“The genome sequence is like a human finger print,” she told the talk show. “So based on this you can identify these things. I use the evidence … to tell people why this has come from the lab in China, why they are the only ones who made it.”
Yan added, “Anyone, even if you have no biology knowledge, you can read it, and you can check and identify and verify by yourself.”
“This is the critical thing for us to know the origin of the virus,” she said. “If not we cannot overcome it — it will be life-threatening for everyone.”
She said she is coming out now because “I know if I don’t tell the truth to the world, I will be regretful.”
Yan also claimed that before fleeing China, her information was wiped from government databases.
“They deleted all my information,” she told “Loose Women,” claiming that people have been recruited “to spread rumors about me, that I’m a liar.”