Wuhan lab head calls virus leak claims ‘pure fabrication’, US National security adviser compares Chinese coronavirus response to Chernobyl

 

The Chinese government has been on the up and up so far, so we guess we can trust them on this.

(From Politico)

Wang Yanyi was quoted by state media Sunday as saying the institute did not have “any knowledge before that nor had we ever met, researched or kept the virus … We didn’t even know about the existence of the virus, so how could it be leaked from our lab when we didn’t have it?”

National security adviser compares Chinese coronavirus response to Chernobyl

 

(From The Hill)

There was a coverup that someday they’re going to do an HBO show like they did with Chernobyl on this virus,” O’Brien said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” Sunday, referencing the 2019 miniseries dramatizing the 1986 explosion of a reactor at the Soviet nuclear power plant and the bureaucratic response.

Asked by host Margaret Brennan whether he was accusing the Chinese government as a whole or local officials of a coverup, O’Brien responded “We don’t know, because they kicked out all reporters and they wouldn’t let [the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] investigators come in and they’re still stonewalling investigators.”

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