A good example of mixing everything up without thinking clearly:

Dr. Garry: “These observations are consistent with the natural origin of SARS-CoV-2 and strongly inconsistent with a laboratory origin.”


Dr. Garry, please explain how you can exclude an outbreak due to either:

- an infection on a sampling site
- an infection during transport
- an infection via the handling of samples in a lab

In all these cases the virus is not a lab construct.
So why do you ignore these scenarios?

Such mistakes from scientists are unbelievable.

And sorry, none of the virus reported in bats in Thailand, Japan or Cambodia is closer to SARS-CoV-2 than RaTG13 or the 7896 clade from Mojiang, Yunnan.

And none has that FCS perfectly adapted to hACE2.

And for the silly excuse that the different labs have 'confirmed' that they did not have SARS-CoV-2:

- First, in all the 3 scenarios I listed above, the virus may not even be isolated and you still get an outbreak.

- Then do you really think that they would tell you anyway?

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