A Chinese virologist who has been in hiding for fear of reprisals from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) came out again on Friday, Sept. 11, to reveal that she has scientific evidence to prove that the CCP Virus was man-made in a laboratory in Wuhan, China, the epicenter of the pandemic, the New York Post reported.

Dr. Li-Meng Yan spoke on Friday on the “Loose Women” program from a secret location and said the virus “It comes from the lab—the lab in Wuhan and the lab is controlled by China’s government.”

She said that the initial news spread by the CCP that the virus had originated in the wet market was a “smokescreen” because “this virus is not from nature.” Yan said, “The genome sequence is like a human fingerprint. So, based on this you can identify these things. I use the evidence … to tell people why this has come from the lab in China, why they are the only ones who made it.”

Yan also said she has intelligence from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in China and from local doctors to support her claim.

Yan made news in April of this year when she escaped from Hong Kong to take refuge in the United States and denounced Beijing for covering up the truth about the CCP Virus, according to an earlier New York Post report.

In December 2019, Yan, who worked for the Hong Kong Public Health School, said her supervisors asked her to study a cluster of SARS-like viruses that came from mainland China.

On Dec. 31, 2019, a colleague of hers from China’s CDC warned her that the virus could be transmitted from person to person, which she reported to her supervisors who only nodded in agreement.

However, the WHO said on Jan. 9, 2020, that there was no evidence that the virus could be transmitted from person to person in an effort to coverup for the CCP. President Trump accused the WHO of not being transparent and subsequently withdrew financial support from the WHO in July 2020, according to Fox News.

Yan said she plans to present this scientific evidence that the virus was man-made in Wuhan’s laboratory.

The virologist also said that the CCP deleted all her information from databases and began a campaign to defame her and damage her reputation.

Yan concluded, “This is the critical thing for us to know the origin of the virus. If not we cannot overcome it—it will be life-threatening for everyone.”