Previously, we had this question about the COVID-19 lab leak theory, which many considered to have improper resolution criteria. This question is a less ambiguous version, slated to resolve on June 1st, 2022.
Will any body of the US federal government conclude that COVID-19 originated in a lab in Hubei before June 1st 2022?
This question resolves positively in the event that any official body of the US federal government concludes, via an official report published or leaked to the public, that the origin of the COVID-19 coronavirus involved the release of a pathogen from a research laboratory in Hubei province, before June 1st 2022. Otherwise, it resolves negatively. In case at least two moderators declare that there exists considerable ambiguity about whether the US government indeed concluded that COVID-19 originated in a lab, this question resolves ambiguously.
For the purpose of this question, the federal government is said to conclude a fact if they (1) take it as a given in one of their official reports (2) state that it is "likely", "probable", "almost certain", or some other close synonym of those terms (3) make some other determination as to the likelihood of the the fact, indicating that they believe there is a greater than 50% chance that the fact is true.
In case there is a dispute over whether a word used by the government counts as a close synonym of "probable", a vote will be taken in the comment section below on the question (and which must be clarified, is to be determined purely on the basis of whether the word counts as a close synonym, NOT whether the question should resolve positively or negatively).