What an incredible waste of time. The World Health Organization (WHO) is looking over a Chinese food market in Wuhan to find origins of the China coronavirus.
According to Newsmax:
A World Health Organization team looking into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic on Sunday visited a market known to be the food distribution center for the Chinese city of Wuhan during the 76-day lockdown last year.
The team members were seen walking through sections of the Baishazhou market — one of the largest wet markets in Wuhan — surrounded by a large entourage of Chinese officials and representatives.
The members, with expertise in veterinarian, virology, food safety and epidemiology, have so far visited two hospitals at the center of the early outbreak — Wuhan Jinyintan Hospital and the Hubei Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine Hospital.
On Saturday, they also visited a museum exhibition dedicated to the early history of COVID-19.
The Geneva-based WHO said on Twitter last Thursday that the team plans to visit hospitals and markets like the Huanan Seafood Market, which was linked to many of the first cases. They also listed the Wuhan Institute of Virology and laboratories at facilities including the Wuhan Center for Disease Control.
China is still seeking to avoid blame for the pandemic that impacted the entire world. Only two weeks ago, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo confirmed our reporting from last year where we identified the Wuhan Institute of Virology as the epicenter of the China coronavirus.
The reason the CCP is still trying to pretend the coronavirus started in a wet market has to do with ramifications and penalties world-wide:
But we debunked the wet market theory a year ago as well. Bat soup wasn’t even on the menu in Wuhan: