You dont get it.
When I stated the Wuhan Level 4 BioSafety lab is "walking distance" from the Wuhan wet market where the 1st COVID19 cluster broke out, I meant that literally, not figuratively.
China is a nation of almost 4,000,000 square miles.
If you wish to believe that COVID19 "coincidentally" broke out that close to the only laboratory in China which studies & houses deadly SARS forms of coronavirus, well, feel free.
Also, you're wrong to think that outbreaks only happen in that region of China. Hell, prior to COVID19 the most famous SARS outbreak was the 2003 SARS, which started in Guandong, which is about 600 miles from Wuhan, which is about the distance from New York City to Georgia!!!! Not exactly "walking distance" there.
They think the spillover happened well before the market outbreak. The market itself was fairly well ruled out as a source by the start of summer. Not unusual, markets are often large spreaders of disease. The region, including the Yangtze and Pearl river deltas is an epicenter for all sorts of fun viral stuff. You're clearly convinced that this wasn't as advertised, and I'm tired of wasting my time explaining to you why that, while not impossible, is exceedingly unlikely. Believe whatever you want, it ultimately makes no difference. I shall make no further comment on the matter.
I'm just ready to ski.