Does it come from a lab? Does it contaminate animals? Added to that? Over time, the answer will undoubtedly become clear.
In order to try to prevent something similar from happening in the future, we want to understand what caused this.
The roots of COVID-19 in 2021 are a subject of national controversy, according to Dr. David Relman, a microbiologist and expert on infectious diseases from Stanford University.
"We want to understand what caused this so that we can try to stop something similar from happening in the future,"
According to Stanford University microbiologist and infectious disease expert Dr. David Relman, the origins of COVID-19 in 2021 are a topic of national discussion.
Is it a lab product? Does zoonotic transfer occur? Another thing? The solution will undoubtedly become apparent in time.
But today, three years after the pandemic began, which continues to interfere with our daily lives, the US is only increasing ambiguity about what actually occurred in Wuhan in late 2019. According to a recently updated classified intelligence report, the Department has determined that the COVID-19 pandemic is most likely the result of a laboratory leak in China.
But, two officials told CNN's Jeremy Herb and Natasha Bertrand that the department believed there was a "minimal possibility" that the coronavirus unintentionally slipped from a Wuhan facility.
A low confidence rating typically indicates that the information obtained is not trustworthy enough, is too fragmented to make a firmer analytical judgment, or that there is not enough information available to draw a firmer conclusion. Intelligence agencies may make low, medium, or high probability assessments.
The intelligence community is divided on the matter, but National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan noted that President Joe Biden has dedicated resources to figuring out the genesis mystery.
The topic has caused division within the intelligence community for many years.
The theory of the lab accident is gaining traction.