No Bats or Pangolins Sold in Wuhan Wet Market: Oxford Research

Neither bats nor pangolins were being sold in Wet Markets in Wuhan when the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic started, a study by Oxford University found. Chinese officials have claimed the virus, which causes COVID-19, originated outside the country, but it is widely believed to have come from a top-level laboratory in Wuhan, where the initial cases were detected, or from a seafood market near the lab. World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in March that the organization hadn’t found the source of the virus, and that the report it had produced, which said the virus “very likely” had an animal host, didn’t adequately analyze other theories. According to the Oxford University, bats and pangolins—the two main suspects in the natural development theory—had an alibi. The University said its Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WILDCRU) happened to have been working with its China-based colleagues in gathering data collected from across …

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