They just met three years of 8-M infectodrome in Madrid, event after which the alarm about the coronavirus was triggered in Spain that gave way to the harsh confinements that we all experience, with care chaos, hospitals and UCIS saturated, and thousands of deaths throughout the country. Even today, answers are being sought to the main questions raised, the largest referring to the origin of the virus. The theory of the Wuhan fish market, where it would have come from as a result of an infected pangolin or other type of animal, falls by its weight, despite the fact that at first anyone who questioned the theory was considered a conspirator. A couple of weeks ago, the authors of two UN reports argued that the laboratory leak was the most likely cause of the spread, accusing British and American scientists of covering up the debate. The American intelligence services also point to the laboratory, but bearing all the responsibility in China. In Wuhan, scientists of different nationalities worked on “gain of function” tasks, to make the virus more tough, presumably in the field of biological weapons. Whether the pathogen escaped or was kicked out is unknown. We may never know.