Two Years Ago Today: Wuhan Bat Lab Mysteriously Scrubbed Database With 22,000 Specimens | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Two Years Ago Today: Wuhan Bat Lab Mysteriously Scrubbed Database With 22,000 Specimens

More than three months before Covid-19 officially 'broke out' in Wuhan, China, the Wuhan Institute of Virology mysteriously took its bat and rodent pathogen database offline - suddenly making over 22,000 specimens unavailable.

This is the same China that ordered virus samples destroyed after a 'rogue lab' published the genome for Covid-19 (48 hours after the WIV database was further altered), and deleted more than 300 studies encompassing "hundreds of pages of information"

We're reminded of this by biologist and writer Matt Ridley, who said in a Sunday Twitter thread:

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