Some is in engilsh, here let me copy paste:
"To this date, the most critical piece of evidence on the purposed “natural origin” theory of
SARS-CoV-2, was the sequence known as RaTG13, allegedly collected from a single fecal
sample from Rhinolophus Affinis. Understanding the provenance of RaTG13 is critical on the
ongoing debate of the Origins of SARS-CoV-2. However, this sample is allegedly “used up”
and therefore can no longer be accessed nor sequenced independently, and the only available
data was the 3 related Genbank accessions: MN996532.1, SRX7724752 and SRX8357956.
We report these datasets possessed multiple significant anomalies, and the provenence of the
promised claims of RaTG13 or it’s role in proving a “probable bat origin” of SARS-CoV-2 can
not be satisfied nor possibly be confirmed."
"ur previous work provided phylogenetic
evidence of this, but the lack of an isolate or evidence that bat SL-CoVs can naturally infect
human cells, until now, had cast doubt on this hypothesis. Second, the lack of capacity of SL-
CoVs to use of ACE2 receptors has previously been considered as the key barrier for their direct
spillover into humans, supporting the suggestion that civets were intermediate hosts for SARS-
CoV adaptation to human transmission during the SARS outbreak. However, the ability of SL-
CoV-WIV1 to use human ACE2 argues against the necessity of this step for SL-CoV-WIV1
and suggests that direct bat-to-human infection is a plausible scenario for some bat SL-CoVs.
This has implications for public health control measures in the face of potential spillover of a
diverse and growing pool of recently discovered SARS-like CoVs with a wide geographic
"no native SL-CoV from bats could use ACE2 as receptors and infect human cells, only when
its RBD is replaced with the counterpart from a human SARS-CoV strain"