venerdì 17 aprile 2020

Coronavirus has natural origins but escaped from Wuhan's Biosafety Laboratory in China due to lack of precarious staff in October 2019, is studying a vaccine for SARS with Holland, and it can be scientifically proven. The CIA and Trump are right and can prove it: WHO knew about the accident. here are the proofs of Remo Pulcini

The public health hazard posed by potentially pandemic viruses emerging from laboratories has become the subject of considerable discussion by the US and China.

The apparent goal of these experiments, in which researchers manipulate already dangerous pathogens to create or increase virulence among humans, is to develop tools to monitor the natural appearance of pandemic strains.

I have dealt with this possibility in several articles on my site and I have come to the conclusion that the Coronavirus or Covid-19 virus has escaped from the Biosecurity laboratory of Whuan for human fault, more precisely the use of precarious personnel to time determined to render deficient all the maximum safety procedures of a BLS4 laboratory causing the accident.

But I will explain the sequence of the accident later in the article.

In the meantime, it is necessary to arrive at the problem and show you that the accident is much easier than you think so much that the United States and the world are the most technologically advanced ones have asked for a 2-year public moratorium.

Furthermore, China is not new to these accidents, in fact as far back as 1970 there had been a leak of a virsu from a laboratory causing a risk of pandemic.

One occurred in 1977 and occurred because of concern that a natural pandemic was imminent.

Many other laboratory leaks of high consequence pathogens have occurred, resulting in transmission beyond laboratory personnel.

Ironically, these labs were working with pathogens to prevent the same outbreaks that eventually caused them.

The human H1N1 virus reappeared in 1977, in the Soviet Union and in China.

Virologists, using early serological and genetic tests, began to suggest that the cause of the reappearance was a laboratory leak of a 1949-50 virus and, as the genomic techniques progressed, it became clear that this was true.

In 2010, researchers published it as a fact: "The most famous case of a released laboratory strain is the re-emerging influenza A H1N1 virus which was first observed in China in May 1977 and in Russia shortly thereafter.

"The virus may have escaped from a laboratory in an attempt to prepare an attenuated H1N1 vaccine in response to the swine flu pandemic alert in the United States.

In 1977 a flu virus swept the world in an event that became known as Russian flu.

It was caused by a flu strain which later showed that genetic tests looked remarkably like those that circulated in the 1950s.

The belief is that the virus escaped from a laboratory was used in a vaccine project that went wrong.

 "It made me sound really prophetic," Lipsitch said in an interview about the CDC's H5N1 incident, but insists that the prediction was easy to make.

The 1977 pandemic spread rapidly throughout the world, but was limited to those under the age of 20: older people were immune from exposures before 1957. (because they were immunized in 1950 while young ones were not)

Its attack rate was high (20 to 70%) in schools and military camps, but mercifully it caused mild illness, and the victims were few.

Other leaks have occurred in many countries, I remember only a few:

Smallpox releases in Britain.

The eradication of the natural transmission of smallpox has made the prospect of reintroduction of the virus intolerable.

This risk has been clearly demonstrated in the United Kingdom.

From 1963 to 1978 the UK saw only four cases of smallpox (without death) which were imported by travelers from areas where smallpox was endemic.

During this same period, at least 80 cases and three deaths are due to three separate leaks from two different accredited smallpox laboratories.

The first recognized laboratory leak, in March 1972, occurred with the infection of a laboratory assistant at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

He had observed the collection of live smallpox virus from eggs used as a culture medium; the process was carried out on an unprotected laboratory, as it was then routine.

She was hospitalized, but before being isolated, she infected two of a patient's visitors in an adjacent bed, both of whom died.

They in turn infected a nurse, who survived, as well as the laboratory assistant.

Laboratory records revealed that preserved natural smallpox had been handled in the smallpox laboratory at an appropriate time to cause infection in the photographer working on the upper floor.

Example SARS did not re-emerge naturally, but there were six leaks from the virology labs: one in Singapore and Taiwan and four separate leaks in the same Beijing lab.

The first was in Singapore in August 2003, in a virology graduate student from the National University of Singapore.

He had not worked directly with SARS, but was present in the laboratory where he worked. He recovered and produced no secondary cases.

The World Health Organization has formed an expert committee to review the SARS biosafety guidelines.

The second escape was to Taiwan in December 2003, when a SARS scientist fell ill on a return flight after attending a medical meeting in Singapore.

His 74 contacts in Singapore were quarantined, but once again, fortunately, no one developed SARS.

Investigations revealed that the scientist had managed the loss of biohazard waste without gloves, mask or clothing.

Ironically, the WHO expert committee called for an increase in biosecurity in the SARS labs the day after the report of this case.

In April 2004, China reported a SARS case to a nurse who had looked after a researcher at the Chinese National Virology Institute.

While sick, the researcher had traveled twice by train from Beijing to Anhui province, where she had been treated by her mother, a doctor, who fell ill and died.

The nurse in turn infected five third generation cases without causing death.

Subsequent investigations uncovered three unrelated laboratory infections in several NIV researchers.

At least two primary patients had never worked with the live SARS virus.

Many deficiencies in biosecurity have been detected at NIV and the specific cause of the epidemic has been traced to inadequately inactivated preparation of the SARS virus which has been used in general laboratory areas (i.e. not biosecure), including one in which the primary cases they worked.

As early as 2014, Amrican Scientific magazine announced that so-called pathogen research will likely be subject to closer scrutiny after three biolab accidents in the United States, director Tom Frieden revealed that someone in the CDC's flu division had accidentally contaminated a vial of a relatively mild avian influenza virus with the worst known, H5N1.

The Atlanta-based CDC then shipped the vial to unsuspecting researchers at the United States Department of Agriculture's Southeast Poultry Research Laboratory on the way to Athens, Georgia, which used its contents to infect some unfortunate chickens.

The fact that the flu virus mutation happened, and could happen again, is too dangerous to undertake.

Such studies take the naturally occurring influenza viruses and, in essence, try to make them more dangerous.

The goal is to see what it would take for viruses like H5N1, which currently rarely infects people, to gain the ability to easily transmit to and between us.

Coughing and sneezing push human flu viruses through populations and scientists have found that adding mutations and switching viruses from ferret to ferret enough times can push bird viruses to spread in this way among animals, which often support people in flu research.

The scientific goal stated for such experiments is to speed up the detection of naturally occurring viruses that could acquire these most dangerous abilities in nature.

But the end result is the formation of bad pathogens with the potential to trigger disastrous flu pandemics if they ever escape the confines of the labs.

After all, in its wild form H5N1 kills about 60 percent of the people it infects.

Ron Fouchier, a Dutch virologist who is one of the biggest names in the research, believes that the CDC accident will make life more difficult for anyone working on dangerous pathogens.

“Unlike experiments with anthrax, the creation of such flu strains in the laboratory presents a danger that affects us all because once out, such a strain would be extremely difficult to control. The researchers involved note that their labs are very safe, and they are.
But "very safe" does not mean that the risk is zero, "Lipsitch wrote in the article.


If a pathogen appears in nature after it has not circulated for years or decades, it can be assumed that it fled a laboratory where it had been stored inert for many years, without accumulating genetic changes, i.e. its natural evolution had been frozen.

However, some accelerated mutations on some types of Coronavirus are not justified relatively quickly from animals to humans, except in terms of acceleration due to laboratory experiments.

The starting points are SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) and MERS (Middle East respiratory syndrome).

 But if they escape the laboratory, perhaps by human error, the modified viruses could theoretically spread rapidly or be extremely virulent, increasing the toll of an outbreak.

Molecular biologist Richard Ebright of Rutgers University, who claimed that U.S. labs working with dangerous pathogens regularly experience serious biosecurity falls.

Experiments to create enhanced viruses, he and others argue, could lead to the accidental release of pathogens, most likely from a laboratory worker who is unknowingly infected and then exits the door.

"A human being is better at spreading viruses than an aerosol" which could violate the physical containment of a laboratory, said Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health epidemiologist Marc Lipsitch, who calculated that the risk of an infection acquired in the laboratory that triggers a pandemic is greater than recognized.

In fact, he argued that the moratorium on federal funding of experiments should be extended to those conducted with private money.

From these considerations and concerns in the United States it is clear that to activate the moratorium the problem is current and evident and well known by the WHO.

Viruses are constantly evolving.

If a sample of, say, H5N1 avian influenza contained a new mutation and a second sample contained a different mutation, a double mutant H5N1 could in principle emerge in nature.

By creating such a double mutant in the laboratory, supporters of the experiments argue, virologists would learn if such a double mutant is viable, how virulent it is and whether it can spread from one person to another.

Or virologists could create mutations not yet seen in nature, once again getting the chance to know if these mutants can survive, how dangerous they are and how many mutations are needed to create an extremely dangerous H5N1.

A scientist whose function gain experiments have raised concerns, virologist Ron Fouchier of the Erasmus Medical Center in the Netherlands, said he was "happy to see that this is finally going on."

He hopes to resubmit proposals for function gain studies on the H5 and H7 strains of avian influenza, which had been approved before the moratorium but then put on hold.

Well China with great financial resources has designed a public program for the creation of 7 BLS-4 maximum safety laboratories.

The first laboratory was created precisely in Wuhan or rather near the animal wet market.

This laboratory has undergone many delays in its construction and part of the technology has been supplied by France.

The Laboratory was BLS-4 CNAS certified in January 2017, and began to accumulate the most dangerous viruses present on the planet from diffusion areas such as Ebola or from laboratories that have sold samples such as the Canadian and Dutch ones.

Well the series of events that led to the accident is very clear and straightforward:

1) It starts from a collaboration between the virologist Ron Fouchier Dutchman who has provided data on his studies regarding Sars and Mers.

2) At the same time, some articles from 2018 report some concerns about the staff employed in the Whuan laboratory, who protested that they were temporary and precarious with the consequence that safety was decreasing because new operators had to be continuously trained and then left for be replaced.

3) An experiment is carried out to find a vaccine for Sars, modifying the virus several times.

4) Between October and November due to a mere worker mistake, the modified Virus is released in the Wuhan Wet Market area.

5) The authorities are aware of the problem reported by some doctors who report a strange pneumonia and several deaths, which are censored and stopped.

6) In October in Wuhan the military sports championships are held, impossible to block them because of a fall in the image of China.

7) The spread is officially communicated by the censored Chinese hero hero.
Li Wenliang was a Chinese doctor known around the world for discovering the mysterious virus that is frightening the world. The 34-year-old doctor, ophthalmologist Li, a 34-year-old ophthalmologist, had noticed seven cases of a virus in December that reminded him of Sars, the syndrome that killed 349 people in China in 2003, at the Wuhan hospital where he worked.

In fact, the diffusion takes place between October and December. In fact, the Chinese government communicates the problem to the WHO in December both in terms of danger and possible pandemic.

That's why Trump is pissed off because he's right WHO knew and wasted time keeping quiet.

I enclose my surveys supported by scientific data:

For those who do not believe in this version, it must be said that the United States is in the scinetific conditions to prove whether the Virus comes naturally from mutations that took place in Bats and then passed to Man, or from rapid mutations in the laboratory.

Trump prove it and tell the world for the truth!

This laboratory, in C China's Hubei, has the highest level bio-containment protocols. It's the first of its kind in China. It was officially launched at the start of this year. The lab will be used to study class four pathogens (P4), the most contagious, potentially lethal viruses known to humans.

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