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Coronavirus originated from a lab in Wuhan: Prof. Roland Wiesendanger

The coronavirus origin is a lab in Wuhan, a new study revealed. “Coronavirus came from a laboratory in Wuhan!”, says Prof. Roland Wiesendanger, a reputable physicist and Nanoscientist at the University of Hamburg.

Coronavirus originated from a Wuhan lab

Ever since the coronavirus pandemic started, two theories about its origination were reported. First said that the virus was transferred from bats to humans. And second, that the virus was released in a laboratory in Wuhan.

Study on the origin of the coronavirus pandemic

The Hamburg Prof. Roland Wiesendanger has presented evidence gathered from 2019 and 2020.  He then said with certainty: “The information about the virus itself and numerous publications in specialist journals, including on social media, show that Corona was a laboratory accident. Corona came from a laboratory in Wuhan!”

Prof. Wiesendanger commented on the reason to study the origin of the corona pandemic. According to him: “Scientific curiosity brought me to it, as did a sense of duty. As a scientist, I have to ask about the origin of all the suffering that the SARS-CoV-2 virus has caused.”

What does the study say?

“In contrast to earlier coronavirus-related epidemics such as SARS and MERS, no intermediate host has been identified. That enables the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 pathogens from bats to humans could have”, Prof. Wiesendanger said.

“The zoonosis theory as a possible explanation for the pandemic, therefore, has no sound scientific basis.”

The SARS-CoV-2 viruses couple better to human cell receptors and can probe human cells. This fact would speak for a virus from the laboratory. Two special characteristics could make this happen. “Both together were previously unknown in the case of coronaviruses. And indicate a non-natural origin of the SARS-CoV-2 pathogen,” said the nanoscientist.

“The virological institute in the city of Wuhan has one of the world’s largest collections of bat pathogens. And they originate from distant caves in southern Chinese provinces. It is extremely unlikely that bats would have made their way naturally to Wuhan from this distance of nearly 2,000 km. And then triggered a worldwide pandemic in the immediate vicinity of this virological institute,” he said in an argument.

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