January 8 – Russian satellite news agency reported on the 6th that Russian doctor and TV host Alexander Miasnikov questioned the claim that the novel coronavirus originated in China on Telegram, saying that it was simply wrong.
Miasnikov believes that the novel coronavirus did not originate in China.
The claim that “the Chinese people eat ants and anteaters contaminated by bat manure” is naive. The claim that the virus originated in Wuhan is like a move to attract attention.
He explained that people infected with highly infectious diseases appeared around the world at almost the same time.
For example, the first COVID-19 patient in France appeared earlier than the first patient officially registered, and Russia had an unusually high incidence of viral pneumonia as early as the autumn of 2019.
Miasnikov said: “We are quietly indoctrigued with the saying of ‘single outbreak’, but this may not be the case.
Let’s understand COVID-19 as a natural phenomenon, not demonize or exaggerate it, don’t panic, and follow measures that can be followed.”
He concluded by calling on Russians to be vaccinated, saying it was the only way to change the status quo at present.