The veil of secrecy surrounding the U.S. Fort Detrick Lab and COVID-19

When COVID-19 began sweeping across the U.S. in April, New York City quickly became the epicenter of the outbreak. Some 240 miles away, in a quiet town in Maryland, is Fort Detrick, where the U.S. government conducts experiments on dangerous pathogens, including close siblings of the novel coronavirus. As more revelations emerge pointing to the chronic safety issues of these U.S. labs, the question becomes, should the world become an experimental playground for Washington's bio-research adventures?