Intelligence has accused China of lying about the coronavirus

The dossier of the intelligence Alliance of the “Five eyes” (Five Eyes), it is argued that China lied to the world about the transmission of the virus from human to human, hindered the dissemination of important information about the dangerous disease and refused to hand over virus samples to the West could make a vaccine. It is reported by the New York Post.

The report of the Alliance for the exchange of intelligence the five leading English-speaking countries USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada, shadow handling China with a virus called “attack on transparency international”.

Research paper of 15 pages also showed that some of the five intelligence agencies admit that there was a leak of the virus from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Originally this charge was dismissed as a conspiracy theory, because Chinese officials insisted that the virus originated from a local source market animals.

The New York Post reports that a senior source in the intelligence told Fox News that a large part of the secret services believes that COVID-19 was created in a laboratory in Wuhan, and “accidentally released”.

The document describes how China lessen the danger of outbreaks worldwide, at the same time quickly covering up all traces of the disease in the country, including the censors of the growing evidence of asymptomatic carriers of the virus.

According to the report, Beijing has started to censor search engines in December to stop surfing the Internet associated with the new virus. The world health organization (who) took the side of China and also denied the transfer of the virus from person to person, despite the concerns of neighbouring countries.

The collection of information showed that China was “evidence of transmission from person to person since the beginning of December”, but the authorities continued to deny this fact until 20 January.

The paper noted that China imposed a ban on the movement of people within their own country, but continued to argue that travel bans in other countries is not needed.



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