UK PM Boris Johnson has said that it doesn't look like coronavirus came from a lab.
When UK The Sun newspaper asked the Johnson about his past comments that pangolin scales - being used in Chinese medicine may have caused Covid, if it is that still his view and what has he learnt this weekend about the theory that the virus leaked from a lab, Johnson said: "I do think there's a problem with zoonotic diseases. It is the practice that seems to be particularly prevalent in some parts of Asia, south-east Asia, south Asia, of farming wild animals. That is really where the risks are.
"At the moment, the advice that we have had is that it doesn't look that this particular disease of zoonotic origin came from a lab. Clearly anybody sensible would want to keep an open mind about that. But what we did agree... we are having a new treaty on pandemic preparedness and to make sure the world works better in tackling zoonotic diseases like this," he added.
Johnson said that one of things the G7 leaders agreed to do was to strengthen the World Health Organization and make sure their inspectors can get on the scene and determine independently what is going on.