Wuhan lab phone records show ‘possible shutdown’ in October

Washington: US intelligence agencies are reportedly examining mobile phone data suggesting there could have been an emergency shutdown in October at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

According to a report, obtained by NBC News, there was no mobile phone activity in a high-security part of the Chinese laboratory complex from October 7 to 24. Previously, there had been consistent use of mobile phones.

The Wuhan Institute of Virology: Australian intelligence officials have no evidence suggesting it is the likely source of the virus.
The Wuhan Institute of Virology: Australian intelligence officials have no evidence suggesting it is the likely source of the virus.

The report, carried out by private experts, suggested there may have been a “hazardous event”, specifically at the institute’s National Biosafety Laboratory, between October 6 and 11. Analysis of mobile phone data from around the institute also suggested roadblocks were in place between October 14 and 19.

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