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which cases of COVID-19 were linked, and, "no epidemiological link was found between the first patient and later cases." An article published on January 26 by the Science journal quoted Daniel Lucey, an infectious disease specialist at Georgetown University, saying, "That's

a big number, 13, with no link." He further noted if the new data is accurate then the virus possibly spread silently between people in Wuhanand perhaps elsewherebefore the cluster of cases from the seafood market was discovered in late December. China's top respiratory specialist Zhong Nanshan has also said "though COVID-19 was first discovered in China, it does not mean it originated from China." The source of the virus is a scientific issue and requires scien

tific and professional investigation. Global epidemi

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c prevention and control is at a critical stage. As of March 16, there were over 80 thousand confirmed cases outside China, of which more than three thousand had died. Many countries, including the United States, have de

clared a state of emergency. Keeping in mind the spirit of s

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cience, the U.S. shares a responsibility with the rest of the world to find out when and where COVID-19 first appeared. It's not only a responsible move for the life and health of the American people, but also a necessar

y step to curb the spread of the virus and safeguard global



public health security.XIAMEN, Oct. 26 -- China plans to launch the Chang'e-5 probe in 2020 to bring moon samples back to Earth, according to Wu Weiren, chief designer of China's lunar exploration program. The Long March-5 carrier rocket, China's current largest launch vehicle, will be used

to send the probe into space, Wu, also an academician of the Chinese



Academy of Engineering, said at the first China Space Science Assembly, which opened Saturday in Xiamen, east China's Fujian Province. The second Long March-5 rocket was launched from the Wenchang Space Launch Center in the southern province of Hainan on July 2, 2017, but a malfunction happ

ened less than six minutes after its liftoff. China's space engineer