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World Scientists at Wuhan lab were bitten in cave of Covid-infected bats

08:50  17 january  2021
08:50  17 january  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Scientists at the Wuhan lab admitted being bitten while collecting samples in a cave which is home to coronavirus- infected bats . One researcher said one animal’s fangs went through his rubber gloves ‘like a needle’. Staff inside the top-secret facility were also shown handling bats without gloves and

Covid -19 was originally thought to have come from a so-called “wet market” in the Chinese city. The research involved capturing bats and gathering their feces in a cave in Yunnan, in south-western China. Scientists at WIV were the first to link the new coronavirus to bats - with it being found to

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Scientists at the Wuhan lab admitted being bitten while collecting samples in a cave which is home to coronavirus-infected bats.

One researcher said one animal’s fangs went through his rubber gloves ‘like a needle’.

Staff inside the top-secret facility were also shown handling bats without gloves and working on ‘live viruses’ without masks in apparent breach of strict World Health Organisation safety rules on PPE, according to footage captured by a Chinese TV crew and broadcast in 2017.

a man wearing a uniform: Evidence: Researchers in thin coveralls and rubber gloves handle bats while gathering samples in a clip filmed by a Chinese television crew © Provided by Daily Mail Evidence: Researchers in thin coveralls and rubber gloves handle bats while gathering samples in a clip filmed by a Chinese television crew

The revelations will raise further questions for the WHO team which is investigating the origins of Covid-19 following months of wrangling with Beijing over access to the Wuhan site.

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