The Wuhan Institute of Virology â€“ believed to be the Chinese lab responsible for birthing the COVID-19 pandemic â€“ is hosting training programs on how to safely handle pathogens and animals.
Despite the lab’s poor safety track record and culpability for COVID-19, an October 28th post to its website reveals the upcoming training event: “Notice on holding advanced training courses on biosafety laboratory management and experimental technology training.”
Set to run from November 15th through 17th, the course is a project of the country’s premier scientific organization, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the regime’s Â Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security.
TheÂ “Biosafety Laboratory Management and Experimental Technology Training Course” will focus on six key areas including:
- Biosafety laboratory construction and management system;
- Laboratory biosafety risk assessment methods and key points;
- Biosafety laboratory key equipment and waste disposal;
- Technical specifications for the use, management, transportation and preservation of pathogenic; microorganism (virus) species and samples;
- Animal laboratory biosafety management and
- Biosafety management of pathogenic microorganism laboratory, etc.
It seeks to train “domestic practitioners engaged in pathogenic microorganism laboratory management and scientific research activities.”
The event comes amidst Americaâ€™s top health and intelligence officials in addition to lawmakers publicly supporting the theory that COVID-19 escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, whose safety precautions raised red flags among American diplomats.
Using its BiosafetyÂ level 4 (BSL-4) facility, the lab manipulated â€œkillerâ€ bat coronaviruses to create strains possessing the capacity for â€œdirect human infection.”