Biden argues that China still possesses 'valuable data' on COVID origins.

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United States intelligence has excluded the development of coronavirus as a bio-weapon, and most agencies estimate it is not genetically modified with "moderate confidence."

President Joe Biden stated Friday, after the United States intelligence agency declared it did not think that the virus was a bio-weapon— but remained split on whether they escaped from the laboratory.

But, according to an unclassified summary of a highly expected intelligence assessment, the United States does not think that the Chinese authorities were aware of the virus until the first breakout of a pandemic which has since claimed 4.5 million lives.

"The People's Republic of China has critical information on the origins of this pandemic but from the first, China's leaders sought to stop foreign investigators and members of the global public health community from accessing that epidemic," Mr. Biden stated in a statement.

"Today, whilst the epidemic continues to extend, the PRC continues to ignore calls on openness and retention of data."

United States intelligence has excluded the development of a coronavirus as a weapon, and most agencies judge that it was not genetically modified with 'low confidence.'

However, the community remains divided by the origin of the virus, four agencies and the National Intelligence Council identifying an animal as the likely reason for its natural exposure and one agency which supports the laboratory leak idea.

Three agencies' analysts have been unable to reach an end.

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