COVID origins & Wuhan: What we need to remember about the lab in China

Source: Fox News Forum
by Dr. Marc Siegel

“In 2004, on the heels of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak, I examined the devastating impact that the fear of SARS had on our society as opposed the risks posed by the virus itself. In retrospect, it appeared that we had overestimated the risks of worldwide devastation. But Dr. Tony Fauci was deeply concerned about SARS or a virus like it causing a widespread pandemic. Fauci believed that we had come close, and was motivated to try to overcome the fact that SARS had been obscured and hidden by China until it had already spread beyond their borders. He told me on ‘Doctor Radio’ on SiriusXM this past week that SARS was a main motivation for extending our resources to try to study emerging coronaviruses in China.” (06/01/21)