The U.S. report is intended to resolve disputes among intelligence agencies considering different theories about how the coronavirus emerged, including a once-dismissed theory about a Chinese laboratory accident.
The U.S. report was due to be completed by a Tuesday deadline, but it would take a few days to prepare an unclassified version for public release, the White House press secretary said this week.
Meanwhile, U.S. media reports said a classified U.S. intelligence report delivered to the White House on Tuesday was inconclusive on the pandemic's origins, in part due to a lack of information from China.
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