Fauci said China is 'definitely' hiding something about COVID, but he's not sure it's a lab leak.

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Dr. Anthony Fauci is maintaining a "open mind" about how the coronavirus developed in Wuhan, China in 2019, but he wants more information from the Chinese authorities.

The pandemic's causes are something that Dr. Anthony Fauci stated he is "keeping a completely open mind" about.

Fauci informed the audience that the Chinese government "probably" has something to hide regarding the virus's origins. But according to the evidence so far, a lab leak is less likely than a spontaneous occurrence.

Fauci was also asked by Andersen if he believed that the Chinese government could "clean this up" for good.

Fauci believes the Chinese government could 'clean this up'

The Chinese government, according to Fauci, "will be covert about it" when something happens that appears to be originating from China, even if it does so spontaneously.

Fauci informed the audience that the Chinese government "probably" has something to hide regarding the virus's origins. But according to the evidence so far, a lab leak is less likely than a spontaneous occurrence.

The National Institutes of Health, where Fauci works, convened a meeting of experts this week to consider tighter regulation of lab operations using dangerous viruses.

For those who believe there is a conspiracy to claim that something is being concealed is "natural, entirely normal,"

Fauci said hiding knowledge breeds conspiracy ideas.

Maybe the virus spread from animals to people in the Wuhan wet market, where outbreaks of sickness first made headlines in late 2019.

Early access to those markets would have been crucial to the search for precise explanations of where and how the pandemic started.

According to Fauci, "animals that are illegal and couldn't be in a market where people may interact with them were really brought there because they bring in a lot of money.

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