WHO head of the China mission expresses new thesis on the virus outbreak in Wuhan

The Danish scientist Peter Embarek led the World Health Organization (WHO) delegation to Wuhan in January. If a WHO researcher knows about Wuhan, the coronavirus and China, it is WHO head of delegation Embarek. Half a year after the study trip, which was systematically hampered by China, which was supposed to research the origin of the Covid-19 pandemic, the WHO chief investigator is making the big U-turn. The WHO has so far been covered in the theory that the virus could have come from the Wuhan laboratory, Embarek is now unpacking.

“Patient Zero”, the first person to be infected with Covid-19 and thus to set off the global lung disease, could have been a researcher at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. This is what Embarek says in a documentary on the Danish TV channel TV2. A laboratory employee who “became infected while taking samples now falls under the credible hypotheses” of being the first Covid patient ever.