The President of the United States put his signature on a decree that will lead to information about the origin of Sars-CoV-2 no longer being confidential. “As much information as possible” will be released.
The president of the United States, Joe Biden, put his signature on a decree that will give rise to non-confidential information about the origin of Sars-CoV-2, the virus that caused the Covid-19 pandemic. “As much information as possible” will be released, the US president said in a decision that coincides with the days when Chinese President Xi Jinping visits Russia to meet with Vladimir Putin.
Underscoring that he shares the same goal as the US Congress, to make as much information as possible public, Biden approved the legislation that passed, without difficulty, in the House of Representatives and the Senate. “By implementing this legislation, my administration will remove the ‘confidential’ seal and release as much information as possible, in compliance with my constitutional authority to prevent the release of information that could harm national security,” Joe Biden said in a statement. White House statement.
A US Department of Energy study, reported in late February, found that the virus that gave rise to the Covid-19 pandemic likely originated from a laboratory leak. Days later, Christopher Wray, director of the US FBI, considered that “most likely” is that the Sars-Cov-2 virus, which causes the Covid-19 disease, originated in a “laboratory controlled by the Chinese government”.
Wray’s conviction is that there may have been an “incident” in a laboratory and that the Chinese regime “has been doing everything possible to obfuscate” efforts to identify the source of the virus.
The FBI believes that the virus that causes Covid-19 “probably” came from a Chinese laboratory
China denies that the Covid-19 pandemic could be the result of a leak from its laboratories, considering this assumption defamatory.