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22/03/2020: The origin of the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus
On February 15, the authoritative British medical academic journal “The Lancet” scientifically denied that the origin of the coronavirus was the fish market in Wuhan (China).
The first official case of COVID-19 that occurred in China is dated December 1, 2019 and it is not possible to establish any link between that case and the Wuhan market.
Furthermore, 32% of the first infected people had no connection with the Wuhan market.
While serious academic scholars, and less serious amateurs, still speculate today on the actual origin of the spread of the virus, the President of the Templar Nation ordered an international investigation several days ago to seek the truth.
The investigations led the two internal commissions SINT-I and SINT-E to analyze in particular a Wuhan laboratory.
In 2003, the epidemic of the SARS-CoV virus broke out in China and the Chinese State and Academy of Sciences decided to raise the level of biosecurity.
At the “Wuhan Institute of Virology – Chinese Academy of Sciences” which until then had a BSL3 biosecurity level, was ordered to bring the biosecurity level to the highest level, namely BSL4.
In this way, the laboratories of the Institute of Virology could have carried out extensive studies to find a vaccine for the SARS-CoV virus (also known as SARS-CoV1).
In 2004, the Chinese and French governments signed a cooperation agreement to fight and prevent new viral diseases, leading to possible epidemics.
In order to implement the Sino-French agreement, in 2005, the Wuhan Institute of Virology began work.
After nearly 10 years of unremitting efforts, in January 2015 the new structure adapted to the BSL4 level was completed.
In August 2016, the Institute obtained the certificate of recognition and authentication for the installation and commissioning of critical protection equipment.
The BSL4 laboratory began to carry out in-depth studies to find an effective response to new epidemic viral infectious emergencies.
In the years 2018-2019 the Institute, under the guidance of General Manager Yanyi Wang and his management team, began to develop reverse genetics studies.
In the sequencing stages of several DNAs and PCRs, Wuhan researchers found themselves faced with a large number of gene sequences whose function was still unknown.
Therefore, they decided to alter the sequence and therefore the function of these genes in order to study their consequences on a phenotypic level.
Various techniques of mutagenesis and gene silencing were thus used.
The studies led, in mid-2019, to the creation of some chimera viruses in order to finally create an effective SARS vaccine.
The Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases of the Institute of Virology, directed by Professor Zhengli Shi, in collaboration with other internal centers (the Center for the resources and application of bacteria and viruses, the Center for molecular virology and the Center for viral pathology) the experimental phases began, inoculating the new virus created (called SARS-CoV2) in bats of the genus rhinolophus, a type of animal carrying some coronavirus strains, to find new vaccines
SARS-CoV-2 is a zoonotic coronavirus, that is, it can be transmitted from animals to humans.
A very interesting fact is that these bats are more than 900 kilometers from Wuhan.
At this point, the theory of some according to which the bats arrived in Wuhan already infected with SARS-CoV-2 and were then sold to the market, is really unlikely, as it is impossible that these animals have made a flight of this length without infecting anyone on the path.
Therefore, two possible solutions remain: human error or creation of a biological weapon.
One thing is certain, on November 17, 2019 an employee of the “Wuhan Institute of Virology – Chinese Academy of Sciences” began to manifest the symptoms of that disease which would later be called COVID-19, due to the coronavirus chimera SARS-CoV-2: the patient zero.
The infection of patient zero occurred about fifteen days before, that is between 2 and 5 November.
The Chinese state imposed silence and the first news began to leak only on December 1st.
The Hong Kong newspaper wrote that on December 15 the total number of infections was 27 and on December 20 the total number of confirmed cases reached 60.
On Friday 27 December Zhang Jixian, head of the pulmonology department of the “Hubei Provincial Hospital of Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine”, reported to the Wuhan health authorities that the infection was caused by a virus of the same type as SARS: at that date, the sick there were already more than 180 infected.
Still silence from the Chinese government.
At the end of the year, however, the news was already circulating on social media.
Li Wenliang, an ophthalmologist from the “Wuhan University School of Medicine” on December 30 wrote in a post on WeChat that this disease was due to a very dangerous virus.
He was officially recalled, arrested and subsequently released.
Several doctors from the city of Wuhan in the last weeks of 2019 sent genetic samples taken from infected patients to the “Wuhan Institute of Virology”, asking for confirmation of their analyzes, which revealed an unknown visus, similar to that of SARS.
The Institute’s health authorities took time and did not reveal the true nature of the virus yet.
On January 1, the epidemiological alert was launched, but on January 11 the Wuhan administration said that the cases were few and the situation was under control.
In addition, the National Health Commission, which arrived in the city, declared, at the end of the inspection, that the human transmission of the virus had not been proven.
Then, the virus spread and numerous citizens of Wuhan were infected.
At this point, China officially declared the epidemic, but never revealed the true origin of the virus’s spread.
On February 7, at the age of 33, Li Wenliang died of an alleged contagion.
Whuan police launched an investigation into the death of the doctor, an investigation that resulted in a statement that Li Wenliang had died of SARS-CoV-2 following a contagion with a patient (poor version).
Accredited internal sources of the “Wuhan Institute of Virology” revealed, confidentially, that it was a “random human error”, that is, a random infection due to a bat bite in which the coronavirus chimera SARS-CoV-2 had been inoculated.
Thus, patient zero (a doctor, an attendant or a director of the “Wuhan Institute of Virology”) would have been accidentally bitten by a bat infected for study reasons and would have given rise to the long chain of infections.
A human error that will cost dear to all humanity.
“I wish all of you, dear fellow citizens of the Templar Nation, my best wishes for a happy and serene New Year, wherever you are”.
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