According to reports, scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology lab in China were previously filmed getting bitten and spattered with blood while handling bats without protection.
Taiwan News reports that TV footage from state-run media shows researchers at the Wuhan Institute of Virology not wearing gloves and masks for protection while handling bats. One virus expert said a bat’s fangs once went right through his glove. According to the Sun, scientists also admitted getting spattered with blood during their research.
The Wuhan Institute of Virology leader, also known as the “batwoman,” played down fears saying, “this job is not as dangerous as everyone thinks. The odds of directly infecting humans is very small.” This was before her lab became the focal point of questions about the origin of the coronavirus that has killed over 3.5 million people worldwide.
President Donald Trump raised questions from the beginning about the bat research lab being in the epicenter of the pandemic’s outbreak. As more and more evidence comes out, people are asking questions about the lab and U.S. funding for the risky gain of function experiments that took place there.
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