The WHO is wrong on the origins of COVID-19.

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There are three hypotheses proposed by the WHO for the spread of COVID-19.

  1. The intermediary host hypothesis — This states that COVID-19 spread from an infected animal. Most likely horseshoe bats or through an intermediary animal like a pangolin.
  2. An indirect transmission through contaminated frozen food.
  3. The lab origin hypothesis. The…

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