It also shows that China is sitting on more data than it has released or shared globally.
As first reported by The Atlantic, French evolutionary biologist Florence Débarre recently uncovered genetic data from the global virology database GISAID.
The study, which hasn't been published or peer reviewed, comes just weeks after US authorities said a lab leak was the most likely origin of the virus
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These data do not provide a definitive answer to the question of how the pandemic began, but every piece of data is important in moving us closer to that answer,
The market environmental sampling data published by China CDC is by far the strongest evidence to support animal origins,
WHO, advisors urge China to release all COVID-related data after new research
The Jerusalem Post
Raccoon dogs linked to Covid-19 origins, new data suggests
Scientists parse another clue to possible origins of Covid-19
New genetic analysis finds clues to animal origin of COVID outbreak
Scientists Found New Chinese Data Hinting at the Origin of COVID-19. Then It Was Deleted
WHO calls on China to release data linking Covid origin to raccoon dogs at Wuhan market
W.H.O. Accuses China of Withholding Data on Pandemic’s Origins
The New York Times
The Strongest Evidence Yet That an Animal Started the Pandemic - The Atlantic
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Unearthed genetic sequences from China market may point to animal origin of COVID-19 | Science | AAAS
Surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 in the environment and animal samples of the Huanan Seafood Market | Research Square