The House of Representatives has passed a bill unanimously to declassify intelligence information related to the origins of COVID-19.
As the pandemic enters its fourth year, lawmakers believe it’s time for the Biden administration to reveal what it knows about where the virus came from to better prevent future outbreaks.
The World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic three years ago, and the death toll is nearing 7 million worldwide.
While the White House announced the end of COVID emergency declarations in May 2021, there are still many unknowns about the long-term health effects of the virus.
Doctors in San Diego are investigating what appears to be an increase in a debilitating condition called pots, which affects around 1 million people who have developed the condition after COVID-19.
The true origin of the virus is still up for debate, but the House’s vote to declassify intelligence information related to China’s Institute of virology citing potential links between the research done there and the outbreak may shed some light on the issue.
Experts say the truth may take years to come out, if ever.