The Senate voted unanimously Wednesday night to require Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines to declassify information on the origin of Covid-19. [...]
FBI Director Christopher Wray separately told Fox News this week that his agency had determined the pandemic “most likely” came from a “potential lab incident in Wuhan,” where a lab was conducting research on coronavirus in bats.
Of course some of the timing of this announcement is possibly related to DOE's own public announcement.
Wray’s comments come just days after news of the US Department of Energy’s "low-confidence" assessment that the virus most likely originated from the Chinese Centre for Disease Control in Wuhan, China.
So, is there any authority of note in the US that explicitly doesn't subscribe to or disagrees with that view? I'm asking about organizations, rather than individuals (a few scientists disagreeing are quoted in the previous piece/link) and preferably some that have seen the alleged new intelligence that alas hasn't been made public just yet. (That might happen soon, given the Senate vote.) Basically has the consensus of the US intel community changed (they were like deadlocked last summer) on the origin of Covid-19?