Although we know that the global pandemic started to become serious some time in February or March, according to Dr. Li-Meng Yan, there were actually already 40 COVID-19 cases on December 31 of last year. The whistleblower has been coming forward with allegations that COVID-19 was not man made but instead manufactured in a laboratory in Wuhan, China.
Just recently, she yet again claimed that there were actually 40 COVID-19 cases back in December 31, 2019 and she claimed that 1/3rd of this number does not have any history of going to the wet markets or seafood markets.
She then stated that this is why the Chinese government claimed that there were only 27 cases because those were the people who went to the wet markets in order to support the theory.
Dr. Li-Meng Yan's current spotlight due to her story
Dr. Li-Meng Yan has been quite the topic of most talks as of recent due to her claims that the coronavirus came from a laboratory in Wuhan, China and not actually from the alleged wet market exotic foods that was suspected earlier on.
According to Li-Meng Yan, the wet market exotic foods was only a coverup for where the coronavirus really originated which was inside a laboratory in Wuhan. She also alleged that it was the Chinese Communist Party that was against it and although the virus came out early, a lot of popular scientists and parties tried to cover up the alleged truth about its origin.
The discovery according to the Chinese virologist
Dr. Li-Meng Yan said that she was first observing and learning more about the SARS-CoV2 when she found out that it was a virus that was actually man made and did not come from nature. She then stated that when she tried to tell her superiors about this, they all just told her to keep the information on the down low which Li-Meng decided not to do.
The Chinese virologist turned whistleblower then decided to make the information public and had to flee both China and Hong Kong as she alleges that her life was in great danger from the Chinese Communist Party and that she had to be very cautious about where she stayed and who she trusted.
The current claims are being verified
Although the Chinese virologist has already been on several interviews to give off more details about the story, she is still revealing even more details about the alleged origin of the coronavirus. Li-Meng Yan has also published a few papers that support her statement that the coronavirus did in fact come from a lab in Wuhan, China.
Although the papers have not yet been completely professionally verified, there seems to be a great deal of people who either believe her or don't. The story holds quite strong allegations and when asked by Fox news why she thought that it came from a lab, she then explained that the Genome did not match any virus' Genome that could have been gotten by nature. Although asked by a reporter if it could be possible if the virus' genome mutated as it was passed on from carrier to carrier, she also said yes.
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Written by Urian Buenconsejo