White House fury as US exposes secretive China labs STILL experimenting on deadly viruses

Mike Pompeo told a US press conference on Wednesday that China is continuing to experiment on dangerous pathogens in secretive military labs that may not be secure. The US Secretary of State said that an accidental leak from one of these labs could unleash another global pandemic crisis, even worse than the COVID-19 outbreak. Mr Pompeo again demanded China that open world access to its virology labs in Wuhan, saying the world needed to understand how the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic originated.

He told reporters: “We still haven’t gained access, the world hasn’t gained access to the Wuhan Institute of Virology there.

“We don’t know precisely where this virus originated from.”

President Donald Trump this week asked US intelligence agencies to investigate the origins of COVID-19 in Wuhan.

On Wednesday, the White House ordered the National Security Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency  and CIA to try to find out if China and the WHO initially hid information about the outbreak.

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These agencies were sent a specific “tasking” to learn more information about the early days of the virus in China.

Mr Pompeo insisted that they has the right to investigate, before adding US concerns about other labs in China that are conducting research on contagious pathogens with an unknown level of security

He explained: “There are multiple labs that are continuing to conduct work, we think, on contagious pathogens inside of China today.

“We don’t know if they are operating at a level of security to prevent this from happening again.

“The Chinese Communist Party tells us they want to be our partners.

“There is a continuing obligation on the part of reliable partners to share this information.”

Tensions between Washington DC and Beijing have continued to intensify over the crisis of the coronavirus pandemic.


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Last week, Mr Pompeo said the US “strongly believed” China failed to report the outbreak in a timely manner and then covered up how dangerous the illness caused by the virus was.

The White House has also raised theories that the lab had accidentally released a coronavirus it had harvested from bats for research purposes.

Yuan Zhiming, a director at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, has rejected these theories. 

The WHO have said the first cases of the coronavirus were detected in people associated with a wet market in Wuhan. 

The Wuhan Institute of Virology is situated near the market where the virus outbreak was detected.

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