Fresh look at pandemic origins points straight to food market in Wuhan, scientist says

CNN (11/18/2021)
  • University of Arizona researcher Michael Worobey created a comprehensive timeline of Covid’s initial spread, providing strong evidence of its origin in Wuhan, China.
  • Worobey found “considerable evidence” that Covid arose in an animal circulating year-end 2019.
  • His findings also dismissed the misdiagnosed first case involving an accountant as a tooth-related illness, lending more credence to the spread from animals to humans in the Wuhan food market.
  • However, this strong evidence remains inconclusive since the Chinese government cleared the market, destroying crucial evidence.