Cell journal: International scientists knock virus lab-leak theory

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Over 20 scientists from seven countries, including the U.S., Australia, Canada and the UK, have knocked any idea the coronavirus originated in a laboratory. The scientists jointly published their findings in the peer-reviewed Cell journal. It comes as global debate into the origins of the virus continue, with some calling for more investigations in central China’s Wuhan.

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