WHO scientist makes a startling discovery of early cases of coronavirus

Web Desk. A team of experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) is in Wuhan, China, to study the spread of the coronavirus. Now the head of the team, Dr. Peter Ben Embarek, has made eye-opening revelations about early cases of the virus.

According to Mail Online, Peter Embarek said that when the Chinese government told the world about the coronavirus, the virus had already spread widely and at least 13 mutations in the virus (the virus changes its genetic makeup). Apparently, the Chinese government informed the world about this epidemic too late.

Dr. Peter Embarek said research on early cases of the coronavirus had revealed that they had contracted 13 different strains of the virus. The virus has been spreading in humans for a long time before December 2019.

This means it’s about to be the most delusional time of the year, as well. While we still can’t say where and how the virus spread. Because at the moment we don’t even have any evidence that the virus spread to Wuhan or anywhere else before December 2019. For that, we need more research on this.

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