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Covid-19’s “patient zero” was, indeed, a woman who sold seafood, according to new Science report

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‘Covid-19’s patient zero was not somebody who contracted the virus from a Wuhan lab, and was not an accountant from another city altogether, as many have theorized, according to a US scientist who has extensively researched the coronavirus’ origins. Patient zero was, after all, a woman who sold seafood at a Wuhan live-animal market.

Michael Worobey, a virologist and Professor at University of Arizona, who in May seriously considered the theory that the virus leaked from a Wuhan lab, says in a new Science report, titled “Dissecting the Early Covid-19 Cases in Wuhan,” that a corrected timeline of the earliest Covid patients “provides strong evidence of a live-animal market origin of the pandemic.”…’

— via Boing Boing

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