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A CHINESE military scientist filed a patent for the Covid vaccine before the pandemic was declared and mysteriously died just weeks later.
According to reports, Yusen Zhou, who worked for the People’s Liberation Army, submitted documents on behalf of the Chinese political party on February 24 last year.
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First case COVID-19 was reported in Wuhan in December 2019, but the World Health Organization did not declare a pandemic until March 11, 2020.
This means that the vaccine patent was filed shortly after China admitted for the first time that there is human-to-human transmission of Covid – and two weeks before the official announcement of the pandemic.
But Zhou died mysteriously less than three months after he filed a patent for the vaccine.
“This is something we have never seen before, and the question arises if this work could have started much earlier,” Professor Nikolai Petrovsky of Flinders University told The Australian.
And according to The new york postZhou’s death last May was reported in only one Chinese media report, despite being one of the country’s top scholars.
Prior to joining the PLA, Zhou had strong ties to the United States and did postdoctoral research at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
The close working relationship between the two countries is supported by declassified US intelligence data released in January, which said the Wuhan lab was conducting “secret military activities,” The Australian reported.
“Although the WIV presents itself as a civilian institution, the United States has determined that the WIV is collaborating on publications and secret projects with the Chinese military,” the intelligence said. New york post…
Zhou’s mysterious death is reported to be verified by new investigation by US President Joe Biden at the origins of the pandemic.
Biden said last month that the US intelligence community will “redouble its efforts” to locate the sources of the Covid outbreak and report it within 90 days.
The spies will investigate whether the virus jumped from a host animal to a human or was accidentally released from a laboratory in Wuhan.
The theory that the pandemic was caused by a laboratory leak has become increasingly popular in recent weeks, despite being denounced as a conspiracy theory over the past year and a half.
This happens after torn study claims Chinese scientists created Covid in the Wuhan lab before staging an elaborate cover-up.
A report written by British professor Angus Dalgleish and Norwegian scientist Dr. Birger Sorensen claims that China has reconstructed versions of the disease to give the impression that it naturally arose from bats.
The authors of the 22-page article on vaccines stated that “SARS-Coronavirus-2” – the technical name for the virus – does not have a reliable “natural ancestor.”
They said it was “beyond any reasonable doubt” that the disease was a result of “laboratory manipulation.”
And in an explosive twist, scientists place the blame on the same Chinese lab researchers in Wuhan who were trying to cover their tracks.
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There was “deliberate destruction, hiding or contamination of data” in Chinese laboratories, and “Chinese scientists who wanted to share their knowledge were unable to do so or disappeared,” the report says.
It is slated to be published in the scientific journal Quarterly Review of Biophysics Discovery and reported for the first time Daily mail…
Experts acknowledge that the lack of important scientific evidence could lead to the fact that it is impossible to know exactly how the coronavirus originated and then spread around the world.
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