The claim from scientists that will shake the world
Striking research on COVID-19, which has inflicted 2.3 million people worldwide and killed more than 160,000 people, came from Cambridge University.
Scientists at the University of Cambridge stated that all the data and information that the international public knows about the epidemic are wrong so far, “The coronavirus did not actually appear in Wuhan. It is much earlier than that. We have evidence that the outbreak started in September 2019. ”
“BETWEEN 13 SEPTEMBER AND 7 DECEMBER…”
Explaining that the prepared research has not been published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal, the research team published these findings in the science journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. In the article in the magazine, it was stated that the outbreak was likely to have occurred much more in the south of the country and then spread.
Peter Forster, who works as a geneticist at Cambridge University, said the virus may have reached its final state affecting humans months ago. Before that, it was in a bat or another animal or perhaps a human without infecting anyone else. Then, the process of transmitting to people started between September 13 and December 7” he said.
Forster and his team announced that they were tracking the worldwide exchange of the virus by pursuing a phylogenetic network. The science team, which has studied more than 1,000 data, said: “if I can tell you where the outbreak started, I can tell you it’s more south of China than Wuhan. But we can come to a more definitive conclusion by examining samples taken from hospitals in China,” he said.