Chinese virologist Dr Li-Meng Yan, under hiding in US.
"The reason I came to the USA is because I deliver the message of the truth of COVID", she told Fox News from an undisclosed location, adding that she "will be disappeared and killed" if she had attempted to tell her story in China. "The other is that this was an accidental release from the Institute of Virology", Chang reported. The doctors said, ominously, "We can not talk about it, but we need to wear masks, '" Yan said. She also claims that at the end of December 2019 she was asked by her supervisor to look into an odd cluster of SARS-like cases in mainland China.
Australia has suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong, because of the new security law that China has put in place there. 'So I turned to my friends to get more information'.
"One of them is this was ... a transfer in the wild from an animal to a human".
Yan said when she reported her findings of the outbreak's severity to her supervisor in mid-January, she was told "to keep silent, and be careful".
When the numbers began to rise, Yan started researching again about the virus. "As he warned me before, 'Don't touch the red line".
"I'm scared if I speak something wrong, I'll be arrested by the secret police", Melody, 23, told the Telegraph.
Yan's story weaves an extraordinary claim about cover-ups at the highest levels of government and seemingly exposes the obsessive compulsion of President Xi Jinping and his Communist Party to control the coronavirus narrative: what China knew, when it knew it and what edited information it peddled to the rest of the world. "And I believe that she cleaned up the lab to prevent the world from knowing any evidence of what was going on".
On January 9, the World Health Organization released a statement that said: "According to Chinese authorities, the virus in question can cause severe illness in some patients and does not transmit readily between people". Previously, the body's official timeline said Chinese health authorities notified it of the disease on December 31, but this was changed to say that its office in China "picked up a media statement by the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission from their website" on cases of so-called viral pneumonia in the Chinese city.