A Chinese military scientist who was reportedly thrown to his death from the roof of a Wuhan institute is at the center of mounting evidence that the Covid pandemic resulted from a lab leak.
While much remains unknown about the precise origins of COVID-19, evidence is increasingly leaning towards the possibility that the pandemic was caused by a virus that leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.
This latest story adds a further twist by reporting that Zhou Yusen, a Chinese military scientist, apparently filed a patent for a COVID-19 vaccine in February 2020 – barely a month after Wuhan had gone into lockdown. Zhou later died in mysterious circumstances, having reportedly fallen from the roof of the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Given however that, according to US vaccine developers, a new vaccine would take at least three months to produce, this suggests that Wuhan scientists were already working on one by November 2019 – two months before China had even reported the virus to the world.
Further evidence that the virus may have been spreading earlier than originally thought can be seen in the fact that, for reasons that remain unexplained, the Wuhan Institute of Virology took its main public virus database offline in September 2019. Athletes from several countries who attended the 2019 Military World Games in Wuhan in late October 2019 subsequently reported that they came down with Covid-like illnesses either while they were in Wuhan or shortly after returning home.
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