The removed data had been collected in early 2020 in Wuhan, the coronavirus’ initial epicentre, where a number of cases were linked to Huanan market. Photo: Simon Song The removed data had been collected in early 2020 in Wuhan, the coronavirus’ initial epicentre, where a number of cases were linked to Huanan market. Photo: Simon Song
The removed data had been collected in early 2020 in Wuhan, the coronavirus’ initial epicentre, where a number of cases were linked to Huanan market. Photo: Simon Song

Chinese Covid-19 genetic data in US archive was removed in June 2020, virologist finds

  • The sequences, now recovered, add to the limited genetic data available from the early phase of the pandemic
  • Data had been removed at the request of the scientist who submitted it, but details of the sequences are included in a published paper by Wuhan team

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The removed data had been collected in early 2020 in Wuhan, the coronavirus’ initial epicentre, where a number of cases were linked to Huanan market. Photo: Simon Song The removed data had been collected in early 2020 in Wuhan, the coronavirus’ initial epicentre, where a number of cases were linked to Huanan market. Photo: Simon Song
The removed data had been collected in early 2020 in Wuhan, the coronavirus’ initial epicentre, where a number of cases were linked to Huanan market. Photo: Simon Song
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