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Wuhan clan: we finally know the identity of the scientists in the lab linked to Covid

We finally know the identity of the scientists in the lab linked to Covid

24 June 2023

9:00 AM

24 June 2023

9:00 AM

That a pandemic caused by a bat coronavirus started in the city with the world’s largest programme of research into bat coronaviruses was always intriguing. That among the first people to get ill with allegedly Covid-like symptoms in the month the pandemic began were three scientists working in that lab was highly suspicious.

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