WHO: Evidence suggests that the origin of COVID-19 comes from an animal

The World Health Organization (WHO) says evidence of the origin of Coronavirus suggests that it came from an animal. What the global pandemic has caused by COVID-19.

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WHO: Evidence suggests that the origin of COVID-19 comes from an animal

After the representative Trump returned to question the official thesis on the virus originating in Wuhan, even combining the public version of his own intelligence.

WHO has reiterated that “all available evidence to date suggests that the virus has a natural animal origin and has not been tampered with or manufactured”.

Authorities of the organization have pointed out that the leap of the virus to humans did not have to be directly from a bat, as there is “limited” contact with this species, but that it is “more likely” that there was another “intermediate” animal, both wild and domesticated, that would be forged as a transmitter.

The organization recalled: “a number of investigations have already been opened or planned to clarify the origin of the pandemic”.

They have also said that she is not currently involved in the Studies of China. However, it does not set aside in the future.

WHO has stated that it would be willing to work with international partners and, at the invitation of the Chinese government, to participate in studies on the origin of the animal that caused COVID-19.

Trump’s claims

For his part, President Trump indicated hours later that he had information he could not reveal pointing in the opposite direction.

“There are many theories. Let’s see where he is and see where he comes from”; he said.

In addition, the U.S. representative once again threatened retaliation against China for the pandemic.