Who is the First with Coronavirus?
Inconsistent statements by the Chinese state about the coronavirus, which spread from Wuhan, China and killed more than 2 million people, raise suspicion about the source of the virus. It is even more confusing that the Chinese researcher Yanling, who was described as the first patient to catch the virus, has not appeared for a year. In China, which poses various difficulties to the World Health Organization experts who went to Wuhan for examination, the new images that emerged show that more difficult days await the Beijing administration.
World Health Organization (WHO) experts started their research on the source of the pandemic in Wuhan. After that, baseless theories about the emergence of Kovid-19 outside the country in China began to be pumped to the public one after another.
Realizing that it will remain on the epidemic, China has literally panicked and mobilized the country's state media.
Last week, a news was published stating that a woman with virus symptoms was followed in Milan in November 2019 as evidence that the epidemic started abroad.
A prominent Chinese scientist claimed in the nationalist Global Times: "Other countries have potentially had Covid outbreaks before Wuhan. Investigations should be done as soon as possible."
News from Italy made headlines in many Chinese newspapers, and comments were seen on social media such as "the world owes an apology to China".
The Beijing administration has repeatedly attempted to divert the arrows related to the pandemic, claiming that the epidemic was brought to China by foreigners.
In March 2020, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian suggested that the US Army may have brought the virus when its troops competed at the Military World Games in Wuhan in October 2019.
In November, Chinese scientists claimed that the virus may have originated in India in the summer of 2019, when a heat wave forced animals and humans to share the same water resources.
In December, a state-run newspaper suggested that the virus could have arrived in China with frozen meat imported from Australia, following earlier claims that people could be infected by imported fish.
A few weeks ago, newspapers and TV channels published successive news questioning the effectiveness of Kovid-19 vaccines developed in the West.
WHERE IS THE FIRST PATIENT?
However, although the efforts to divert these doubts are effective in China, they are not adopted worldwide.
According to Western intelligence officials, a year-long search for a Chinese laboratory researcher who has information about the world's first Covid-19 patient has been blocked by a suspicious state cover.
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