Coronavirus has no credible natural ancestor: Britain & Norway Scientists
According to this report published in a British daily, Chinese scientists added spikes to the natural virus found in bats found in their country's cave.
New Delhi: Amid growing demand around the world to find out the source of Kovid-19 infection, scientists have revealed that the corona virus was created in China's Wuhan Lab. It is not natural, it is not its ancestor either.
Report of study in Britain-Norway, no ancestor of covid-19, created by Chinese scientists:
According to scientists from Britain and Norway, not only this, Chinese scientists also made many changes in it to hide the artificial origin of the virus.
Professor Angus Dalgleisch from Britain and Dr Berger Sorenson, a scientist and entrepreneur from Norway, claimed after the study that virus experts at Wuhan Lab created a redesign of reverse engineering to eradicate the evidence of their handiwork in order to make it so that it Made naturally of bats.
Corona is not Natural:
According to this report published in a British daily, Chinese scientists added spikes to the natural virus found in bats found in their country's cave. Scientists cited a project called Gain of Function in the US, which turned it into a deadly and rapidly spreading new corona virus.
This included making the naturally occurring virus more contagious. The project was outlawed in 2014 by then US President Barack Obama.
Corona in India:
According to the Ministry of Health data, 1,52,734 new cases of corona have been reported in the country in the last 24 hours, while 3128 patients have lost their lives during this period. After the arrival of new cases of corona, now the total number of infected patients in the country has gone up to 2 crore 80 lakh 47 thousand 534.
According to the Ministry of Health, there are 20 lakh 26 thousand 92 active cases from Corona in the country so far, while 2 crore 56 lakh 92 thousand 342 people have recovered and gone to their homes.
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