Now, this is a huge breakthrough! Samples from early Wuhan COVID-19 patients show the presence of genetically modified Henipah virus, which is one of the two types of viruses sent from a Canadian Lab.
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“Henipah was one of the two types of viruses sent to China by Chinese-born scientists from a Canadian laboratory at the center of a controversy over the firing of the scientists and collaboration with Chinese military researchers. It is not clear whether the virus found in the Chinese samples is related to the virus samples sent by the Canadian lab, which were shipped in late March 2019,” the Epoch Times reported.
“The evidence was first found by Dr. Steven Quay, a Seattle-based physician-scientist and former faculty member at the Stanford University School of Medicine, who looked at early COVID-19 samples uploaded by scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) shortly after China informed the World Health Organization about the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak.”
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“Quay says that while other scientists around the world were mostly interested in examining the genome of SARS-CoV-2 in the samples uploaded by the WIV scientists, he wanted to see what else was in the samples collected from the patients.
So he collaborated with a few other scientists to analyze sequences from the samples.
“We started fishing inside for weird things,” he stated
What they found, he says, are the results of what could likely be contamination from different experiments in the lab making their way into the samples, as well as evidence of the Henipah virus.
“We found genetic manipulation of the Nipah virus, which is more lethal than Ebola.”
Nipah is a type of Henipah virus.
Also, documents that were released by the Canadian government state that “the WIV’s intended use of the virus samples sent by Canada was “stock virus culturing,” which in simpler terms means storing the viruses while keeping them alive. Genetic manipulation would not be within the scope of this description.”