It’s been two years since covid-19 was declared a pandemic by the WHO, and we still don’t know covid-19’s origins

That means there is less reason to be happy. While the virus is still widespread, the risk of a dangerous new type remains very real.

Two years later, we are still arguing about where and why the Covid-19 was launched, as scientists are still searching for definitive clues.

Welcome to Strange Coincidence. A five-part podcast that tells the story of the hunt for those links. Hosted by our senior editor for biomedicine, Antonio Regalado, it is a detective story about the genome of the virus, people doing sensitive research on dangerous insects in the lab, and the crisis they are currently facing.

It is a story about why people are silent and why they speak. It’s about the full power of biotechnology, the science that allowed us to develop vaccines quickly – but it could also be something that gets us in trouble in the first place.

Why is it so difficult to find its original story and why is it so important?

Natasha Loader, economist’s health policy editor, says in the podcast: “If you don’t know what your history is, you can’t learn from history if your history is buried.”

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