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Another Group of Scientists Calls for Further Inquiry Into Origins of the Coronavirus

Thursday 20 May 2021 | Written by The New York Times | Published in Features, In Depth

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Another Group of Scientists Calls for Further Inquiry Into Origins of the Coronavirus
A photo provided by EcoHealth Alliance shows researchers collecting samples from bats for analysis in Guangdong province, China, in April 2019. A group of 18 scientists stated Thursday, May 13, 2021, in a letter published in the journal Science that there is not enough evidence to decide whether a natural origin or an accidental laboratory leak caused the COVID-19 pandemic. (EcoHealth Alliance via The New York Times)

A group of 18 scientists stated in a letter published in the journal Science that there is not enough evidence to decide whether a natural origin or an accidental laboratory leak caused the COVID-19 pandemic.

A group of 18 scientists stated in a letter published in the journal Science that there is not enough evidence to decide whether a natural origin or an accidental laboratory leak caused the COVID-19 pandemic.


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