The Wuhan Institute of Virology – the laboratory believed to be the source of the COVID-19 pandemic – hosted an international conference advising scientists and research institutes on proper laboratory safety measures.
The event – the International Training Course on Biosafety Laboratory Management and Technology – comes amidst America’s top health and intelligence publicly supporting the theory, however, that COVID-19 escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
The lab’s manipulation of “killer” bat coronaviruses, funded in part by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony Fauci, created strains of SARS-like viruses that possessed the capacity for “direct human infection,” The National Pulse has previously revealed.
Despite being at the center of COVID-19’s origins, the Wuhan Institute of Virology hosted a laboratory safety measure conference from December 16th to 17th.
The laboratory’s website also details the contents of the workshop, including having participants focus on “biosafety laboratory overview,” “laboratory management system,” and “animal experiment operating specifications and practices”:
Courses cover biosafety and biosafety laboratory overview, biosafety laboratory management system, biosafety code of conduct for scientists, bioethics, cutting-edge biotechnology governance, bacterial (virus) species preservation, transportation and management, biorisk assessment, biosafety laboratory Personal protective equipment, biological safety operating specifications, animal experiment operating specifications and practices, etc.
A press release from the Wuhan Institute of Virology recounts 200 participants in attendance from over nearly 30 countries:
More than 200 students from home and abroad from 26 countries including Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Brazil, Greece, and Bulgaria signed up.