The Chinese Communist Party selected a training course on laboratory safety created by the Wuhan Institute of Virology – the facility believed to be the source of the COVID-19 pandemic – to be used by other Chinese research facilities engaged in biological research.
The training program was adopted by the country’s Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security’s “Advanced Training Project Plan,” according to a March 30th post on the Wuhan lab’s website.
The certification comes amidst America’s top health and intelligence publicly supporting the theory that COVID-19 escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, whose safety precautions raised concerns among American diplomats.
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.
The “Wuhan Institute of Virology has always attached great importance to biosafety training and is committed to building a first-class characteristic brand in the field of international biosafety,” claims the lab’s website in the recent announcement, however.
The Chinese Communist Party’s bold decision to use the controversial lab’s biosafety measures as a role model for other labs across the country came from the regime’s General Office of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security.
Summarized as a “knowledge update project for professional and technical personnel,” the lab’s course is titled “Biosafety Laboratory Management and Experimental Technology Training Course.”
“The training orientation is to rely on the complete biosafety laboratory cluster platform and the national virus resource bank, give full play to the advantageous resources of the institute in the field of biosafety, and focus on the needs of national biosafety, public health and international exchanges, and serve [China] and the “Belt and Road”,” adds the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s website.
The program also “aims to accelerate the knowledge update of professional and technical personnel, improve the ability and quality of professional and technical personnel, and cultivate a group of innovative, applied and technical talents.”
The lab recently hosted a conference with a cohort of international scientists focused on how to avoid lab leaks by advising attendees on proper biosafety measures.