CLOSEThe hypothesis claiming the coronavirus leaked from a Wuhan lab is “plausible” and deserves further investigation, a report on the origins of COVID-19 from a U.S. government laboratory said.The study, prepared in May 2020, was received in October 2020 by the State Department, when the department investigated the pandemic’s origins, reported the Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the classified document.  The report comes as questions grow about whether the virus was the result of an accident in a Chinese laboratory or spread through other means. President Joe Biden has ordered the intelligence community to report on the origins in a matter of months. Meanwhile, new COVID-19 cases in many states continue to plummet, even as vaccinations slow. South Dakota’s Department of Health reported a dozen new positive coronavirus test results Monday. The new cases brought the statewide total to 124,273, making the new total among the lowest daily reports since the pandemic started.And California on Monday reported a seven-day case rate per 100,000 people of 11, the third-lowest tied with Nebraska.But experts told The New York Times that a summer surge could be on the horizon for many summer states, which lag in vaccinations and are already lifting most restrictions.“We’re just we’re not even close to that


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