Coronavirus (COVID-19) first found in the US

Coronavirus was first found in the United States in a laboratory

Coronavirus (COVID-19) first found in the US

Coronavirus (COVID-19) First Found in the US


Coronavirus is the most alarming topic in this world. Many people are dying every day. Until now, death happens to 3202 people, infected 93191 and recovered 50,984 people. And at this crucial time, a piece of news spread over the world that the coronavirus was first found in the United States in a laboratory. Also, that virus was from some sample from China. But at that time the virus was dormant.

Infectious Diseases Specialist Dr. Ralph Barrick of the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) published a dissertation in Nature Medicine in November of 2015. There, he collected samples from the horseshoe bat saliva from China to investigate the type of sample, which activates the coronavirus and its scientific name is SHC-014. Citing the reason for the study, Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health at the United States, said that such research is vital to strengthen biological safety and precautionary issues through microbes. The team studied several aspects of the virus's transmission capacity by using laboratory engineering.

Microbiologist Richard Edbright warned of the dire consequences of such research only after the publication of the paper in Nature Medicine. In an interview with the newspaper "The Scientist" in November 2015, he revealed that such dangerous research could have dire consequences for the human race and many other organisms if the virus escapes from the laboratory and spreads to the society for any reason.

Because when it is inanimate in another nutrient in nature, it is less likely to be active. Also its infected power very much less.  But once it infects humans after activating in the laboratory, it will no longer be lifeless but lethally hit like a deadly weapon. It will attack humans and other animals and will make a deadlock to prevent it. He also reminded that, after witnessing the severe form of the SARS virus in 2003 to 2004, it was announced that the health security priority would be to suspend the allocation of funds for unnecessary specialized research on such virus. Therefore, such dangerous studies cannot be carried out now at this moment after ten years. Following Richard Edbright's statement, the United States National Institutes of Health postponed the allocation of the study.

On February 22, published an exploratory report on its website (The Saad Olson Show) referring to today's COVID-19 was that SHC-014. The highest award for investigative journalism in the United States is the award-winning journalist Saad Olson. He cited detailed information from the University of North Carolina, saying that even after the US government withdrew its allocation for dangerous research, Ralph Barrick did not stop. He went to the Institute of Virology (one of the world's largest microbiological laboratories) in Wuhan, China, with a sample of his research. There he continued the next chapter of his study. And make an environment to research on that virus.

One of the best journalists in the health sector, Saad Olson, has stated in his report that the world is now experiencing a dire consequence of that study.

He clearly says that COVID-19 was born in the laboratory of North Carolina University, which is spread five years later, in Wuhan, China.

Wuhan's Institute of Virology is also known for its large laboratory for germ weapons. The coronavirus spread from the laboratory to the locality only after a moment of irreversible research into the germ weapon, and information has already come out in the international media. However, the Chinese authorities have not yet responded to the report of Saad Olson. Although the report was widely disseminated through multiple US media blogs and social media, the United States did not comment on the report. Although Saad's information is not one to throw away, it is not new to the world that tries to doing well; it turns over a lousy impact for humans.