US sources believe there is compelling evidence that the Wuhan Institute of Virology was the point of origin for COVID-19; It’s believed that patient zero left the lab and took the virus to the public; Sources believe the World Health Organization (WHO) partook in helping China cover this up.

According to several US sources, it is becoming more evident that the source of COVID-19 can be traced back to the Wuhan laboratory, or the Wuhan Institute of Virology. While the beginning of the virus has for months been said to have taken place in a wet market in extremely close proximity to the lab, classified evidence is suggesting otherwise.

The US has been investigating in order to get to the bottom of this and the conclusion they’ve come to at this point is that not only is the source of the virus the Wuhan lab, but China has been suppressing this reality from the beginning. To make matters worse, the World Health Organization (WHO) has been complicit in helping to cover this up.

Not only did the director-general of WHO, Tedros Adhanom, plead for countries to continue to allow Chinese citizens through their borders as the outbreak worsened, but once he announced the coronavirus as a global emergency, he praised China as the leader in taking precautionary measures to keep people safe. As more evidence has surfaced regarding WHO’s recklessness in handling this pandemic, the White House put a hold on all funding for a minimum of 90 days.

According to Fox News, the sources revealed there to be evidence of ‘suppressed data and changed data’, as well as destroyed samples and reports that were erased.

It’s worth noting that after citing the wet market as the place of origin and therefore closing it, they reopened all of their wet markets as soon as the world went on lockdown.

It was near the end of January that Israeli biological warfare expert, Dany Shoham, claimed that all eyes should be on this laboratory in Wuhan. It’s as if this should be obvious. With several years of service in the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), Shoham warned, “Certain laboratories in the institute have probably been engaged, in terms of research and development, in Chinese biological weapons, at least collaterally, yet not as a principal facility of the Chinese BW alignment.”

Additionally, as noted in January, a US State Department issued a report back in 2019 that stated, “Information indicates that the People’s Republic of China engaged during the reporting period in biological activities with potential dual-use applications, which raises concerns regarding its compliance with the BWC… The United States has compliance concerns with respect to Chinese military medical institutions’ toxin research and development because of the potential dual-use applications and their potential as a biological threat.”

Raising even further concern is the fact that China restricted flights out of Wuhan to the rest of the country when the outbreak began, however, they continued to allow international flights out of Wuhan.