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I have this from three solid and separate federal sources. The U.S. absolutely is investigating the Chinese claims about the origin of covid-19. My sources say they are absolutely 100% convinced it did not begin in the wet market.

My sources say a number of members in Congress, in BOTH parties, learned in December about a dangerous virus that originated in China..."but nobody understood how massively quick it spread". The investigation believes this virus got out possibly as early as September.

I am told the three theories were 1.Someone planted it near the labs in Wuhan purposely. 2. It was accidentally released but a worker who got infected by mishandling an animal or bat that had been studied. 3. It was purposely released. As of this moment the strong belief is #2 .

There's no evidence at this point that it was done on purpose. They also believe it's a naturally occurring virus, not created. But during study "things could have been done to alter that accidentally, or by just being scientists." U.S. authorities are on the case.

Amazon developing lab to test workers for coronavirus

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-U.S. stocks close higher on new measures from Federal Reserve -China stocks ⬇ -Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore markets closed for holidays -Yuan ⬆

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