Doctor Li Meng-Yan is a Chinese virologist who until recently practiced at the Hong Kong School of Public Health (Hong Kong's School of Public Health). Until she was forced to leave her country. Why? On December 31, Li Meng-Yan was assigned by a superior to study a "virus that resembles SARS."
After having highlighted that the number of cases was increasing exponentially, his supervisor then asked him "to remain silent and to be careful"
, according to his statements in an interview with the English channel Itv. "We're going to be in trouble and we're going to disappear,"
his boss even told him.
Faced with pressure from the Chinese authorities, Li Meng-Yan was forced to leave the country. In April, she took a one-way ticket to the United States. From where she now claims to have proof that the coronavirus was born in a laboratory in Wuhan. And not in a market in the same city. "The genome sequence is like a fingerprint. Based on that, you can identify these things. I will use this evidence to explain to people that the virus came from the lab in China, why they did it."