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US intel. chief: Agencies don't know when, how, COVID-19 outbreak began

 US Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines said on Wednesday that the intelligence community does not know exactly when or how COVID-19 was initially transmitted.
"The intelligence community does not know exactly where, when or how the COVID-19 virus was transmitted initially," Haines told a Senate hearing. She noted two theories, that it emerged from human contact with infected animals or the result of a laboratory accident. 
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