New Delhi. Questions have once again been raised about the origin of Coronavirus in the G7 Summit, which is going to start from June 11 in Britain. The leaders of the G7 countries have called on the World Health Organization for a fresh and transparent investigation into the origin of the virus. Along with this, the leaders of these countries have called for giving one billion vaccines to countries around the world. G-7 countries- Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Britain and America will participate in this conference from June 11-13 in Cornwall, UK. Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) will attend this program virtually as a special guest of this conference. Prime Minister Modi was specially invited by Britain’s PM Boris Johnson, but due to the Corona virus epidemic, PM Modi is not going to Britain.
According to the leaked document of this draft obtained by Bloomberg News, G7 leaders have demanded a new and transparent study from the WHO on the origin of the corona virus. Last year, several countries, including India and the US, had called for an investigation to determine and further study how Kovid-19 spread. Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi, without directly naming China, said on Thursday that “I think we are very clear that we support the origin of Kovid-19 and the follow-up of the WHO report for further studies.” And we have called for everyone’s understanding and cooperation in this regard.”
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India has been supporting the investigation in the past as wellIndia first backed the demand for further investigation on May 28, when US President Joe Biden asked intelligence agencies to redouble their efforts to gather a definitive conclusion on the origins of the coronavirus and the issue. But a new report was asked to be submitted within 90 days. China got angry with Biden’s action, China had said on this that America is doing politics.
The announcement comes at a time when a US intelligence report found that several researchers at China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology had fallen ill in November 2019 and had to be hospitalised. The new details have put renewed pressure on the Biden administration to order a detailed investigation into the origins of the deadly virus.
At the same time, the US and Britain are already putting pressure on the World Health Organization (WHO) to investigate the possible origin of Kovid-19 in depth. Both countries believe that the WHO team should visit China afresh to find out the origin of the corona virus.
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WHO and Chinese experts released a report in March giving information about four possibilities of the origin of this epidemic. This joint team believes that there is a strong possibility that the corona virus has entered people from bats through some other animal. The joint team said it was “very unlikely” that the virus was produced in a laboratory.
Kovid-19 was first detected in the central city of Wuhan in China in the last months of 2019. Since the virus’s reach was confirmed worldwide, more than 168 million cases of infection have been confirmed worldwide and more than 3.5 million people have died.