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New cover-up fears as Chinese officials delete critical data about the Wuhan lab with details of 300 studies vanishing - including all those carried out by virologist dubbed Batwoman
- Chinese government facing fresh accusations of cover-up after data is deleted
- Deletion of evidence reignited fears China is trying to whitewash investigation
- China has been accused before of suppressing vital evidence about virus origins
9 Jan 2021
The Chinese government is facing fresh accusations of a cover-up after officials deleted crucial online data about the laboratory suspected of being the source of Covid-19.
The Mail on Sunday can reveal that hundreds of pages of information relating to studies carried out by the top-secret Wuhan Institute of Virology have been wiped.
Details of more than 300 studies, including many investigating diseases that pass from animals to humans, published online by the state-run National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) are no longer available.
As part of the NSFCs purge of online studies, it has deleted all reference to those carried out by Shi Zhengli, the Wuhan-based virologist who has earned the nickname Batwoman for her trips to gather samples in bat caves.
Mobile Phone Activity From Wuhan Lab Suggests 'Possible Shutdown' In October Due To 'Hazardous Event'
11 May 2020
An intelligence report conducted by private analysts and presented to the US Senate intelligence committee suggests that there may have been a "hazardous event" at the Wuhan Institute of Virology between October 6 and 11, during which time roadblocks were put in place to prevent traffic from coming to the facility, according to the report obtained by NBC News.
The 24-page report includes an analysis of phone data from around the institute, including a pattern analysis of devices that frequent the WIV, show no mobile phone activity from October 7 to 24
The analysis shows that device traffic "in and around the WIV in the months prior to October was consistent," but that "Beginning on October 11th, there was a substantial decrease in activity," suggesting that the 'window for incident' was October 6th - 11th.
"During this time, it is believed that roadblocks were put in place to prevent traffic from coming near the facility."