Joe Biden announces that he has asked US intelligence to “redouble their efforts to collect and analyze information that can lead us to a definitive conclusion” on the origin of Covid. This is what is read in a statement by the president released by the White House, in which it is specified that Biden has requested the delivery “within 90 days of a report” which must also indicate “further possible directions of investigation, with specific questions for China. “. Intelligence agencies have been asked to collaborate with “national laboratories and other agencies” and to keep “Congress fully informed,” he says. Read also In the statement Biden makes it known that last month he received a first report from him asked the intelligence on the origins of the virus. “To date, the American intelligence community has focused on two possible scenarios”, he continues referring to that of “human contact with infected animals or the laboratory accident.” “The United States will continue to work with partners around the world. to press for China to participate in a full and transparent investigation “into the origins of Covid, Biden said in his statement, reiterating the US request for” an international investigation based on scientific evidence and providing access to all the relevant data and evidence “. But American intelligence would not have” reached a definitive conclusion “, continues the president, stating that” two elements of the intelligence community would tend for the first, and one for the second “, with the majority, however convinced that “there is not enough information to assess that one scenario is more likely than the others”. At the opening of his statement, Biden also warns of the fat to that “the failure to send our inspectors to the ground in the first months of the epidemic will always compromise any investigation into the origin of Covid 19”. And in this regard, he recalls that at the beginning of 2020 he, then a candidate for the White House, asked that teams of the CDC could have access to China in order to study the new coronavirus.