Coronavirus in laboratory, Rai report in 2015: "A supervirus created from bats and mice"
It was November 16th, 2015 when Leonardo, the Rai3 thematic news program, brought to light an infection created in laboratory that seems to be precisely the coronavirus. “Chinese scientists create a pulmonary supervirus from bats and mice - it is heard in the launch of the service - it only serves for study reasons, but there are many protests. Is it worth creating such a big threat just to be able to examine it? ”. In the study, the experiment was explained in more detail: "A group of researchers graft the protein taken from bats on the Sars virus obtained from mice and a supervirus that can affect humans comes out. It remains closed in the laboratories and serves only for study reasons, but the risk is great because it can infect humans directly from bats. " If we didn't know it's a 2015 service, we would happily think that it dates back to January 2020, when coronavirus emerged in China.
Edited by andr99, 25 March 2020 - 04:17 PM.