Coronavirus: NIH Grants US Funding For Gain Of Function Research At Wuhan’s Laboratory

Coronavirus: NIH Grants US Funding For Gain Of Function Research At Wuhan’s Laboratory


In an astonishing admission, the US National Institute of Health has accepted that US-funded money was used to research the benefits of bat coronavirus in a laboratory in Wuhan.

Functional gain refers to genetically modified animal viruses to make them more transmissible to humans.

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In an astonishing admission, the US National Institute of Health has accepted that US-funded money was used to research the benefits of bat coronavirus in a laboratory in Wuhan.

Functional gain refers to genetically modified animal viruses to make them more transmissible to humans.

A senior NIH official admitted U.S. funding in a letter to Congressman James Comer. However, Lawrence A. Tabak, Assistant Principal Director of the NIH, has insisted that bat viruses studied under the NIH grant could not have become Covid-19.

The approval of funds for gain-of-function research by the NIH contradicts the position of Dr. Anthony Fauci, the leading disease expert in the United States, who has vigorously denied such a thing.

Tobacco in its letter accused the EcoHealth Alliance – the New York City-based nonprofit that directed U.S. funds to the Wuhan laboratory. Tobacco says the nonprofit was not transparent about what it was doing.

Dr. Anthony Fauci’s denial of gain-of-function research has often brought him into conflict with American politicians. Republican Senator Rand Paul is one of them.

Paul was on Twitter when the NIH letter surfaced.

“I told you so,” doesn’t even start reporting here, “he tweeted

Lawrence Tabak, assistant director of the NIH, said in his letter that the EcoHelath Alliance had failed to meet the terms of the grant it was granted.

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