new Delhi: Coronavirus has started wreaking havoc all over the world once again. At the same time, another frightening news has come out. Another virus as dangerous as the corona virus may soon disturb the world. Actually, a team of researchers has claimed that many types of new and more dangerous corona viruses still exist in Wuhan, China. Scientists have made this claim based on genetic data of rice and cotton from agricultural laboratories in Wuhan and other cities of China.
World towards another big trouble
On one hand, people are troubled by the havoc of Corona, in this case, if the claim of scientists is true, then the world can get another trouble from China. These viruses can prove to be more dangerous because agricultural laboratories do not have strong security systems like medical research centers or virology labs.
Genetic data from an agricultural lab seemed to contain entirely new coronaviruses.https://t.co/iABD1wIDUn
– Futurism (@futurism) April 7, 2021
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Many dangerous viruses exist in China
This research has been published in a preprint server named ArXiv. Scientists said that there are many dangerous viruses that harm humans in agricultural labs in Wuhan and other cities of China. If it is not yet controlled safely, then the world can be a big problem for one.
Genetic sequence of rice and cotton
This report published on ArXiv may not be recognized by any academic journal or any expert. But this research is definitely shocking. Scientists have taken data from 2017 to 2020 of genetic sequence of rice and cotton present in agricultural laboratories. This data is full of new viruses, which belong to MERS and SARS.
Chinese government denied
Surprisingly, all these genetic data were extracted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (Wuhan Institute of Virology). Regarding which, the world still suspects that the Corona virus Kovid-19 epidemic spread by mistake from this lab. However, the Chinese government has been continuously denying it. Yet scientists around the world doubt this lab.