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Experts Believe COVID-19 Could Have Evolved 9 Years Ago Through A Chinese Miner In Wuhan, China.

Since the origins of the COVID-19 epidemic are unknown, many experts are publicly questioning whether the virus was created or released from a Wuhan lab.A new idea, on the other hand, provides a completely different explanation.

According to Dr. Jonathan Latham, executive director of the US Bioscience Resource Project, COVID-19 may have developed in the body of an infected Chinese mineworker about a decade before the epidemic began. Notably, he said that samples of the mysterious miner’s illness were delivered to virus experts in Wuhan for examination, from which they may have escaped into the population.

According to Dr. Latham, the development of the Alpha version in Kent last Autumn demonstrates that the virus can make “abnormal evolutionary leaps” and rapidly generate large numbers of mutations while inside a person for an extended period of time.Cambridge University announced earlier this year that the super-infectious Alpha strain was most likely created by a single immunocompromised patient who had been sick for months.Virus Caves DiscoveredRaTG13 is a virus discovered by Wuhan scientists.

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The illness appeared to be a 96 percent match for COVID-19, but it must have diverged 40 years ago. These viruses, according to Forbes, originated in the same caves just a year after the deaths.

According to reports, the development of a virus-like RaTG13 within the body of a miner may have occurred much faster.Coronaviruses were common and diverse near the mine, according to researchers.

They also admit that several miners were hospitalised for extended periods of time.The treatment lasted six months and allowed for the evolution of new human coronaviruses.Virus sequences held and examined at the Wuhan Institute of Virology have been requested on several occasions by scientists investigating the origins of the pandemic. However, shortly before the pandemic, a database containing sample information was taken offline.

According to Alison Young, the Hurley Chair in Public Affairs Reporting at the Missouri School of Journalism, dangerous viral lab breaches were widespread around the world and had previously resulted in epidemics, according to the Telegraph report. One of the justifications she claims is that lab experiments are extremely rare occurrences. According to Young, laboratory mishaps are not uncommon.

In 2020, there were 134 documented lab exposure incidents of viruses, germs, and toxins that the US government controlled.Young observed that laboratory mishaps and exposures are common.She cited the 2007 foot and mouth disease outbreak in England, which was caused by sewage breaches at an Institute for Animal Health (IAH) lab in Pirbright, Surrey, as well as a Sars virus leak in China.

She claims, however, that many lab leaks go unnoticed. Hundreds of Different VariationsAccording to the same Telegraph report, Latham stated during a BMJ webcast on the pandemic’s origins that it takes hundreds of mutations in one miner to convert into Sars-Cov-2.Decades were compressed into a six-month time span.

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Researchers have learned of the unusual occurrence of rare cases of significantly accelerated viral development in the United Kingdom. That one man in England had undergone the same amount of evolution as millions of other diseases.They discovered a similar development in the lungs of miners after the mysterious illness in 2012, and that the virus escaped from a medical sample collected from afflicted miners.Six miners became critically ill in 2012 while shovelling bat guano in the Tongguan mineshaft in Mojiang, Yunnan, from a pneumonia-like disease that resembled COVID-19. Three of them died, and the others were hospitalised for up to six months.


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