FBI revealed the truth of coronavirus! Flash 'corona' statement from FBI Director Wray...
The world, which has been fighting the coronavirus since 2019, is talking about the statement from the USA. FBI Director Christopher Wray broke his silence after the report on the source of the virus and announced the 'corona truth' to the whole world.
The coronavirus (Covid-19), which was first seen in Wuhan, China in the last quarter of 2019 and spread rapidly all over the world, caused millions of people to die.
The world returned to normal years later, with vaccines rapidly developed and approved for immediate use, and the more contagious but milder Omicron becoming the dominant strain.
While many countries around the world were adapting to the old normal, the US intelligence report on China, the 'zero point of the virus', fell like a bomb on the agenda.
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) announced that the US Department of Energy has reached a conclusion about the origin of the coronavirus.
WSJ, in its news titled 'The Ministry of Energy Says the Laboratory Leak Most Likely Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic' included the following statements;
US agency's revised assessment is based on new intelligence'
FBI Director Breaks The Silence
While the report, which was stated to be presented to US President Biden, fell like a bomb on the world agenda, a flash statement came from the FBI.
Christopher Wray, Director of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), said the coronavirus "probably leaked from a laboratory controlled by the Chinese government".
Wray stated that this is the opinion of the FBI as an institution. "For a while, the FBI had thought the outbreak probably started as a result of a lab-related incident," Wray told Fox News.
Wray made the following statements in his statement;
''China is doing everything it can to thwart attempts to pinpoint the origin of the epidemic and blur the facts. This is very unfortunate for all of us.''
Thus, the FBI announced its view on the origin of the virus for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic.
Health officials denied this scenario. The World Health Organization (WHO) also said it was "highly unlikely".