The report from a team of international and World Health Organization scientists said it was “extremely unlikely” the coronavirus leaked from a Wuhan laboratory, a theory advanced by former US president Donald Trump and his allies. Photo: Shutterstock The report from a team of international and World Health Organization scientists said it was “extremely unlikely” the coronavirus leaked from a Wuhan laboratory, a theory advanced by former US president Donald Trump and his allies. Photo: Shutterstock
The report from a team of international and World Health Organization scientists said it was “extremely unlikely” the coronavirus leaked from a Wuhan laboratory, a theory advanced by former US president Donald Trump and his allies. Photo: Shutterstock
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Let science decide origins of Covid-19

  • A long-awaited report by a WHO team of international and Chinese scientists is inconclusive. But one thing is clear: conspiracy theories must be debunked as soon as possible

The report from a team of international and World Health Organization scientists said it was “extremely unlikely” the coronavirus leaked from a Wuhan laboratory, a theory advanced by former US president Donald Trump and his allies. Photo: Shutterstock The report from a team of international and World Health Organization scientists said it was “extremely unlikely” the coronavirus leaked from a Wuhan laboratory, a theory advanced by former US president Donald Trump and his allies. Photo: Shutterstock
The report from a team of international and World Health Organization scientists said it was “extremely unlikely” the coronavirus leaked from a Wuhan laboratory, a theory advanced by former US president Donald Trump and his allies. Photo: Shutterstock
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