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Wuhan Institute of Virology Issues Dire Warning

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The Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) in China is warning that another coronavirus outbreak is “highly likely.”

The FBI and other U.S. agencies have concluded that the COVID-19 pandemic resulted from a leak from the Wuhan lab.

A study in Wuhan found that as many as 20 species of coronavirus are “highly likely” to cause an outbreak among humans.

The Wuhan scientists documented their study of 40 coronavirus species and identified 20 as “high risk.”

“It is almost certain that there will be future disease emergence and it is highly likely a CoV [coronavirus] disease again,” the study found.

“Thus, the early preparation for the animal CoVs with risk of spillover is important for future disease preparedness, regarding the likely animal origin of SARS, MERS and COVID-19,” it added.

• SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) is a coronavirus-caused disease that caused a deadly outbreak originating in China in 2002.

• MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) is a coronavirus disease first identified in Saudi Arabia in 2012.

• “COVID-19” is the scientific name for the disease caused by the Wuhan coronavirus.

Senator Roger (R-KS) Marshall dropped a bombshell on Americans about his sincere belief that the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services may be responsible for funding COVID-19 research with taxpayer dollars that ultimately resulted in the deadly pandemic worldwide.

The U.S. government is accused of covering up this information for obvious reasons. (Trending: Joe Biden’s Biggest ‘Scam’ of All)

Marshall wants to remove $1 million from the budget of the Department of Health and Human Services, and instead apply it to the national debt.

This deduction would continue until the department has handed over all documents regarding COVID-19’s origins.

Marshall also addressed the skepticism around Dr. Ben Hu, who the Senator believes may have been patient zero of the pandemic, and who he believes was receiving funds for research from HHS.

There were CDC employees located in China, which leads Marshall to believe there should be “records out there that HHS has that will help point us towards the origins of COVID.”

When speaking about the deduction, Marshall stated:

“I think it impacts their budget one way or the other. I think there’s going to be less money for them to control.

“But regardless of that, here’s my concern, is that the CDC had their own employees embedded in China when this virus broke out.” (Trending: Biden Breaks Texas Town’s All-Time Record)

“I want to know what they knew. At the same time, we know that HHS was funding research with Dr. Ben Hu…and probably was patient zero.”

“So, here we are funding a person in charge of COVID research…he’s probably [patient] zero. We think there [are] records out there that HHS has that will help point us towards the origins of COVID.”

Since the pandemic, many have questioned exactly how the world-altering virus truly came to be, and it seems there may be traction in finding such answers.

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