The World Health Organization (WHO) has been in China since the weekend investigating the origins of the CCP Virus but has no plans to visit Wuhan’s controversial laboratory.

As indicated in a press release last week, a group of WHO researchers are in China preparing scientific plans in conjunction with their Chinese counterparts to identify the zoonotic source of the CCP virus.

The statement appears to rule out a visit to the laboratory in Wuhan, which many experts consider to be the origin of the CCP Virus when it comes to detailing the reasons for the trip. It even rules out that the virus was possibly born or modified in a laboratory, by firmly stating that the virus jumped directly from animals to humans.

“The mission objective is to advance the understanding of animal hosts for COVID-19 (CCP Virus) and ascertain how the disease jumped between animals and humans,” the spokesman said in the statement.

WHO officials declined to give details of the locations they will investigate and the people they will meet. This factor raises the suspicion that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) will control and limit their movements.

Media outlet The Independent points out that the Wuhan lab would have contained a sample of coronavirus that was 96.2 percent the same as COVID-19 (CCP Virus) for almost a decade, raising the suspicion that the virus might have originated there.

Nevertheless, the WHO, even now, several months later, has not expressed any intention of investigating the Wuhan lab. However, it’s known that the CCP Virus first spread in the city of Wuhan, where the laboratory is located.

Richard Ebright, a molecular biologist at Rutgers University in New Jersey, said: “To have any value, an investigation must address the possibility the virus entered humans through a laboratory accident.” He added, “WHO should also consider if the virus’s ability to infect humans was “enhanced through laboratory manipulation.”

The WHO is the focus of criticism over its handling of the CCP virus, and more and more countries and organizations are demanding explanations as to why they took so long to inform the world about the virus, why they did not consider the early warnings from Taiwan last December about the danger.

It should be remembered that Taiwan is not accepted as a member of the WHO because the CCP does not recognize it as an independent state.

The CCP only transmitted the first information to the WHO on Jan. 10, when the virus was already circulating and spreading massively. Despite this, its director-general on Jan. 30 tweeted: “The speed with which #China detected the outbreak, isolated the virus, sequenced the genome and shared it with WHO and the world are very impressive.”

In another statement on Jan. 31, he said, he said, “We would have seen many more cases outside #China by now—and probably deaths—if it were not for the government’s [CCP’s] efforts, and the progress they have made to protect their people and the people of the world.”

Indications are that the WHO has no real interest in finding those responsible and identifying the matter’s truth.