The COVID-19 outbreak commonly referred to as the coronavirus infection is a worldwide illness 2019 (COVID-19) virus outbreak induced by coronavirus-2 that causes severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS-CoV-2).

The pathogen was initially discovered in Wuhan, China, in December of 2019. On 30 January 2020, the World Health Organization defined a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, which was later upgraded to an epidemic on 11 March 2020.

COVID-19 has been associated with more than 182 million patients diagnosed and 3.94 million reported fatalities as of 1 July 2021, putting it among the worst catastrophes in mankind.

Several original instances of COVID-19 reportedly connected to visitors to Wuhan’s Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market, but it’s conceivable that life form spread had been occurring.

The facility has remained the subject of speculations and unfounded conjecture regarding the virus’s origins, which has caused diplomatic friction between the US and China.

Following examinations in Wuhan, the WHO team stated on 9 February 2021 that a facility leakage origination for COVID-19 was “very implausible,” validating whatever specialists had earlier predicted regarding the potential sources and initial dissemination.

Rather than always providing reliable data to the world, China has requested that now the Wuhan Institute of Virology be awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine.

At that same time, there is an increasing need for a fresh inquiry into the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) as new information concerning the genesis of COVID-19 emerges, China has issued a reasonably daring clamor to the public, instead of just requesting an inquiry to put all questions to rest.

First, before generating evidence collected from the rest of the world, China has requested that the Wuhan Institute of Virology be awarded the Nobel Prize for its work on COVID-19, a virus that has killed over 4 million people worldwide.

That being said, there have already been numerous hypotheses proposed by people and experts that disagree.

Zhao Lijian, a spokeswoman from China’s Foreign Affairs Ministry, stated that China’s Wuhan laboratory is deserving of the Nobel Prize for its work on the coronavirus.

As per a news release, Zhao Lijian remarked, “The genomic structure of Covid-19 was initially found by Prominent researchers in China from that particular lab; however, it would not indicate Wuhan is the birthplace of the coronavirus, nor can it be extrapolated that the coronavirus was developed by Chinese researchers.”

China has lately asked that the Nobel Prize be granted to its Wuhan laboratory for its contributions to Coronavirus study. The official’s demand comes after the lab was named a finalist for China’s highest science prize.

This same Wuhan Institute of Virology was awarded the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ “Outstanding Science and Technology Achievement Prize” in 2021 for its part in discovering the virus’s genomes.

The coronavirus was allegedly released from the Wuhan facility, according to Dr. Li-Meng Yan, a Chinese virologist. The Chinese have said consistently that the infection was neither created by humans nor released from a laboratory. However, there is yet no tangible proof to back up the accusations.

“It sounds strange that China requested a Nobel Prize recommendation for Wuhan Lab,” Dr. Yan said in response to China’s request.

As more information becomes available, it is becoming clear that the COVID-19 outbreak started in Wuhan, and the laboratories engaged in the virus’s increase in mutation. The decision, on the other hand, plainly demonstrates China’s worldview, which would be opposed to yet wholly aligned with the Communist Party of China’s presuppositions.”

However, Twitter fans have responded angrily to this very proposal, with commenters blasting the government for making such a statement, claiming that the Government of China has surpassed itself again.

On Twitter, netizens poked fun at the Chinese communist party, stating, “If Wuhan Lab in China deserves the Nobel Prize for Medicine according to China, then ISIS deserves the Nobel Peace Prize too.”

Twitter users assume the laboratory was the immediate precursor of the infection, and they’re already slamming the government for seeking a Nobel Prize.

““Yes indeed... Nobel is consistently awarded for groundbreaking in their respective field.... Wuhan Virus was and is a Groundbreaking virus in the field of Virology...

Just accept it was manufactured in Wuhan lab and every country would recommend for the Nobel.” say netizens were referring to China’s demand.