How did the coronavirus (COVID-19) start?

May 26, 20

Studies by Scripps Research scientist, Kristian Andersen, concludes COVID-19 could not have been created in a lab.

According to Andersen, the so-called “cleavage” site that enables the virus’ entry into and infection of humans is a feature that diminishes in a lab-culture setting. He concludes, "Our analyses clearly show that SARS-CoV-2 is not a laboratory construct..."