An Australian scientist who was the only foreigner at the Wuhan virus lab says she never got COVID-19 and doesn't believe the center leaked it

  • Danielle Anderson worked at the Wuhan Institute of Virology until late 2019.

  • She told Bloomberg she doesn't believe the novel coronavirus leaked from her old workplace.

  • The lab-leak theory has gained steam recently, and Biden has ordered a US intelligence report into it.

An Australian scientist who was the only remaining foreigner at the Wuhan Institute of Virology has said that she never contracted COVID-19 and doesn't believe the novel coronavirus leaked from the lab.

On Sunday, Bloomberg News published an interview with Danielle Anderson, a 42-year-old expert in bat-borne viruses, who worked at the institute's BSL-4 lab until November 2019.

As Anderson described her workplace: "It's not that it was boring, but it was a regular lab that worked in the same way as any other high-containment lab."

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