There is not enough time for the WHO mission to properly review relevant activities at the many Wuhan sites.
For instance, will they ever ask any question about potential vaccine development activities at the Wuhan Institute of Biological Products (next to the WIV Zhengdian)?
Or any research involving animal models (humanized mice) and 'S protein sequence data, infectious clone technology, in vitro and in vivo infection experiments and analysis of receptor binding' as per the NIH grants to EcoHealth for cooperation with WIV.
I guess not...
Just enough time for a chit-chat with selected doctors in hospitals, a quick tour of the CDC and the WIV, many hours asking for access to the cases history of the confirmed 124 Dec 19 cases, even more time arguing in vain for a search of potential Nov 19 cases.
While many hours will be spent trying to point out to possible zoonosis in Cambodia, Laos or anywhere but China.
Which if it is a lab leak is anyway as futile as blaming the weapon manufacturer for a murder on a street corner while ignoring potential witnesses and CCTVs.