Independent Coronavirus Investigation

Australia hails global support for independent coronavirus investigation
Draft resolution to the World Health Assembly calling for impartial evaluation of responses to the pandemic does not mention China, but is backed by 122 countries (The Guardian, 18 May 2020)

COVID-19 could set a new norm for surveillance and privacy
(CNET, 11 May, 2020)

First documentary on the origin of the Wuhan coronavirus
(The Epoch Times, April 2020)

Boris Johnson's government is reportedly furious with China and believes it could have 40 times more coronavirus cases than it claims
(Business Insider Australia, 30 March 2020)

Death of Dr Li Wenliang Coronavirus whistleblower doctor
sparked widespread public anger and grief in China
(BBC, 7 February 2020)

Coronavirus: A visual guide to the pandemic


Origins of Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19)

Coronavirus NSW: Dossier lays out case against China bat virus program (Daily Telegraph, 3 May 2020)

COVID-19: Genetic network analysis provides 'snapshot' of pandemic origins
(ScienceDaily, April 9, 2020)
(PNAS article pdf)

Estimates of the severity of coronavirus disease 2019: a model-based analysis
(Lancet, March 30, 2020)

Breakthrough in research: Australian scientists map how immune system fights virus
(BBC, 17 March 2020)
(Nature Medicine article, 16 March 2020)

Chinese scientists: Coronavirus did not originate in Wuhan seafood market
(SCMP, Feb 24, 2020)

White House asks scientists to investigate origins of coronavirus (ABC News, Feb 7, 2020)

Dong Y. Scientific puzzles surrounding the Wuhan novel coronavirus
(a literature review). Epoch Times 2020, Feb 6

Bombshell transcript: Dr Francis Boyle’s interview on coronavirus as an “offensive biological warfare weapon”(Feb 5, 2020) (Full transcript)

Related news from Canadian TV:
Chinese researcher escorted from infectious disease lab amid RCMP investigation (CBC News, 14 July 2019)

Research report of studies on coronavirus in Chinese bats:
Hu D, Zhu C, Ai L et al. Genomic characterization and infectivity of a novel SARS-like coronavirus in Chinese bats, Emerging Microbes & Infections 2018, 7 (1), 1-10 (DOI 10.1038/s41426-018-0155-5)