Science-defying reports impedes Covid-19 fight

02 Sep, 2021 - 00:09 0 Views
Science-defying reports impedes Covid-19 fight

The Herald

BEIJING. –  A US report on the origins of Covid-19 that took 90 days to compile and was published on Friday is a ridiculous joke, because the job of science was done by intelligence agencies rather than the scientific community, defying the essence of science.

As the old Chinese saying goes, one cannot climb a tree to catch fish. It is the job of scientists to find the origins of the novel coronavirus, relying on solid evidence and scientific logic, and the process could take many years. Asking the intelligence agency to trace the origins of Covid-19 in 90 days is like climbing a tree to catch fish.

It is not surprising that the long-awaited report failed to deliver a clear conclusion that might help fight the pandemic, both in the United States and globally.

Evidence is emerging that the COVID-19 outbreak is likely to have originated in multiple places around the world.

A study conducted by the Italian National Cancer Institute in Milan showed that some people in Italy had been infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, as early as September 2019.

Human sewage samples collected on Nov. 27, 2019 in Florianopolis, the capital of the Brazilian state of Santa Catarina, contained traces of Covid-19.

A number of people, mainly from the US, have gone on social media to recount their experiences of Covid-19 infections in late 2019.

An article published by the journal Nature in early August reported that researchers of the US Department of Agriculture have analysed serum samples collected from white-tailed deer in north-eastern United States, and found that of those samples collected in 2019, one was detected as carrying the virus-related antibody, indicating that it was infected with SARS-CoV-2 in 2019.

However, the US government has turned a blind eye to all that evidence, urged its intelligence community to provide a politically motivated report and wasted 90 days on blame-shifting.– Xinhua.

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