Trump accused China in destruction of proof of COVID-19 leakage from laboratory

Former US President Donald Trump accused China’s authorities in the destruction of allegedly had evidence of the leakage of a new coronavirus from the laboratory in Uhana. He stated this in an interview with Fox News.

According to politics, he was originally convinced that COVID-19 began to spread from the Chinese laboratory. “I think it was probably an accident. There are those who believe that it was not an accident,” he noted.

The question of whether, in the opinion of Trump, a successful proceeding to clarify the circumstances of the origin of Coronavirus, the politician answered: “Now it is already very late. As I suppose, the evidence has suffered serious damage.”

June 13 reported that the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adan Greesusus assessed the version of the leakage of coronavirus from the laboratory. He noted that he does not exclude the laboratory origin of SARS-COV-2. According to Greesusus, from China did not have the necessary “transparency and cooperation” at the initial stage of the investigation. “There were difficulties with the exchange of data, especially untreated,” he concluded.

May 20 in the United States stated that there are “serious indirect evidence” that the first flash of the coronavirus SARS-COV-2 occurred as a result of leakage from the Chinese research laboratory. In turn, the Chinese authorities indicate the possibility of leakage of coronavirus from the American Military Laboratory Fort-Detrik. Beijing even asked WHO to conduct an international investigation.

/Media reports.