Nearly three years into the COVID-19 pandemic, the investigation into the origins of the virus and its implications for biosecurity has barely begun. One million Americans have died, but the United States government is stonewalling Freedom of Information Act requests and dismissing written Congressional inquiries, while the Biden administration punts to an intelligence community, whose inconclusive response is insufficient.
Please join Hudson Institute for a panel discussion on what a congressionally mandated investigation should look like in 2023. The expert panel includes medical writer and former Senate investigator Paul Thacker, Scientist, investor and COVID medical detective Dr. Steven Quay, White Coat Waste Director of Research Justin Goodman, and Hudson Adjunct Fellow Tom DiNanno, who led the State Department Arms Control effort into COVID-19 as a potential biological weapons-related release. Senior Fellow David Asher will moderate the event.