According to the chief American epidemiologist and White House adviser, the United States has allocated $ 600,000 to the Wuhan Institute of Virology to study whether the bats coronavirus can infect humans.
The sensational statement went to the chief American epidemiologist doctor Anthony Fauci, who found out that the United States funded the Institute of Virology in Wuhan in the amount of $ 600,000, for a period of 5 years, to study whether bat coronaviruses can affect humans.
A $ 600,000 donation from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) from a US government agency that investigates prevention and treatment of infectious diseases was donated to a group called Alliance, which in turn transferred this amount to the Wuhan Institute of Virology for study risk of transmission of bat coronavirus to humans.
“It would be almost a violation of duty if we didn’t investigate it, and the only way to do such an investigation is to go to the source of the facts,” Fauci said, referring to SARS 2000, which is believed to have started from bats.
Fauci’s statements were made during a meeting of the parliamentary subcommittee reviewing the finances of the U.S. National Institutes of Health, in response to a Republican MP Mark Pokanu…
“You can’t study bats in … Fairfax, VA, so we had close collaboration with respected Chinese scientists, world renowned coronavirus specialists, and we did so through a donation through EcoHealth,” he said.
Fauci added: “The largest donation in five years was $ 600,000. It was a modest amount. The goal was to study human-animal interactions and determine if these bats can infect humans. ”
Fauci’s speech came a few days after his May 11 statement, in which the chief epidemiologist said, “I’m not sure the Covid pandemic developed naturally. I think we should continue to investigate what happened in China until we figure out what exactly happened. ”