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China virologist to produce scientific evidence that coronavirus is man-made at Wuhan lab

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Washington: In shocking disclosure confirming what GoaChronicle.com has been voicing since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic at the start of the year, Chinese virologist Dr Li-Meng Yan, who specialised in virology and immunology at the Hong Kong School of Public Health, claimed that Beijing knew about the coronavirus well before reports began to emerge.

In a recent interview with host Jane Moore on Loose Women, Dr Li-Meng Yan stated that she would publish evidence proving that the virus is man-made and claims even non-scientists will be able to verify the data.

When she was asked by Jane Moore where did the coronavirus comes, she revealed: “It comes from the lab in Wuhan.”

In the interview, she stated that she was forced to flee Hong Kong fearing her life is in danger, and appeared today on Loose Women from a secret location, revealing that the Chinese government had ‘removed all her information’ from government databases.

Dr Yan claimed that reports that COVID-19 originated at a wet market in Wuhan are a ‘smokescreen’ and that she plans to publish a report she claims has evidence the virus is manmade. Dr Yan felt she had a moral and scientific duty to blow the whistle on the cover-up, and is now in hiding after travelling to the US, and fears that her life is in danger.

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