USA investigating the origins of SARS-CoV-2

There is a strong theory that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, leaked from a laboratory in China.
The investigation found multiple coincidences
Firstly, Wuhan, where the disease almost certainly began in China, is home to China’s major biosafety level 4 laboratory, the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV). There are 2 other laboratories in Wuhan, who are researching coronavirus. The WIV sequenced the genetic code of the closest-known ancestor in bats to SARS-CoV-2, a virus called RatG13. It is 96.2% of the way identical to the novel coronavirus that caused the pandemic.
Secondly, three of the WIV’s staff fell ill in November 2019, just before the known outbreak started, US intelligence reporting has said. They were hospitalized and their details and samples taken were not revealed by China. The World Health Organization (WHO) report into this issue based on Chinese government-supplied data, presented a different conclusion. It said the staff health monitoring program at the three laboratories in Wuhan showed no antibody test positives, or records of Covid-19-type illnesses, in the weeks before December 2019.
And the last coincidence is the Wuhan market. The Wuhan Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the key to virus prevention and detection, moved its laboratory to Wuhan on December 2, 2019. The WHO report, written with the cooperation of Chinese officials, notes this fact and says it could have been disruptive to a laboratory’s operations. It also notes the lab moved to a location near the Wuhan Seafood Market, the exotic animal trade market which is thought to be the origin of the COVID-19 virus. The move happened just six days before the first patient experienced Covid-19 symptoms, according to the Chinese. Here arises a question of such close coincidence as to why the CDC of Wuhan moved close to the market. Did they suspect the danger beforehand?

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