Coronavirus is a biological weapon and is distributed in the world primarily through artificial means. And then, through people infected with it, it is transmitted to others. If coronavirus is the result of the fact that in China “they eat something wrong,” it turns out that they eat wrong also in Italy.
There are many indications that US, after targeting China, now is carrying out biological warfare against Iran. The most important of these indications is that the type of Coronavirus circulating in Iran is different from the Chinese one.
The Coronavirus that appeared in China only infected Chinese genes and, while Iran’s coronavirus worked on the Iranian genes. For example, the Indian genes were not affected by the coronavirus found in China and Iran. Those who caught the virus in European countries have genes similar to the Iranians and the Chinese.
The cause of the virus is the presence of an American military delegation involved in the military games, which were held in Wuhan.
Conspiracy theory about the 2019-nCoV coronavirus.
The claim about the presence of two separate types of Covid-19 comes from an Iranian narrative which was broadcast prior to the 9th of March, most notably by Iranian Health Minister Saeed Namaki who said that "there is a variation between the Coronavirus spreading in Iran and the one spreading in Wuhan, China".
This narrative was refuted on the 9th of March by the Ministry of Health's spokesman, Kianosh Jahanpur, who justified that the Minister was "misquoted by a member of Parliament and that this is not true and it is false and baseless".
In addition, the virus was first reported in the Chinese city of Wuhan in central China and has been rapidly spreading across the world with thousands new cases reported globally.
Furthermore, a group of 27 prominent public health scientists, "strongly condemned conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin", and “overwhelmingly concluded that this coronavirus originated in wildlife,” just like many other viruses that have recently emerged in humans.