Chinese Wuhan Virus Thread

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"The conclusions of the Australian journalist Sharri Markson are close to the latter. She has set up a crime scene around the Wuhan Institute of Virology in central China, with the murder weapon a virus called Sars-CoV-2.

It is a plausible line of research. Just a few miles from the Wuhan food market, where the first major cluster of virus infections was discovered, the institute has arguably the world’s largest collection of the type of bat coronavirus from which Sars-CoV-2 appears to be derived. In the lab at the highest biosecurity level, WIV scientists are doing ‘function gain’ gene editing on bat viruses to increase infectivity for humans.

Could an institute staffer have accidentally become infected with such an amplified virus and carried it outside? In her new book, based on reporting for News Corp newspapers and Sky television, Markson says yes.


It goes even further by playing WIV’s collaborative work with People’s Liberation Army medical researchers to nurture, not completely dismiss the possibility that gain-of-function research isn’t just about investigating potential future pandemics’. to remain’, but to engineer viruses as potential bioweapons."

Other scientists make great use of the presence of a feature called a furin cleavage site on the Sars-CoV-2 spike proteins, which is not seen in other bat viruses, which they say has been used in other cases to create a larger to induce contagiousness. David Baltimore of the California Institute of Technology says this was a “smoking gun to the origin of the virus,” pointing to laboratory origins. Richard Muller of the University of California says it was “like finding a fingerprint at a crime scene.”

Anderson was at the Wuhan Institute, the only foreign scientist there, when Covid-19 first appeared in the city. When, as Markson writes from unspecified intelligence sources, several WIV employees contracted Covid-19 in November 2019, the mobile phone network around the WIV was mysteriously shut down and road access was closed for several days in October 2019, this went on and on. all past Anderson.
 
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"The conclusions of the Australian journalist Sharri Markson are close to the latter. She has set up a crime scene around the Wuhan Institute of Virology in central China, with the murder weapon a virus called Sars-CoV-2.

It is a plausible line of research. Just a few miles from the Wuhan food market, where the first major cluster of virus infections was discovered, the institute has arguably the world’s largest collection of the type of bat coronavirus from which Sars-CoV-2 appears to be derived. In the lab at the highest biosecurity level, WIV scientists are doing ‘function gain’ gene editing on bat viruses to increase infectivity for humans.

Could an institute staffer have accidentally become infected with such an amplified virus and carried it outside? In her new book, based on reporting for News Corp newspapers and Sky television, Markson says yes.


It goes even further by playing WIV’s collaborative work with People’s Liberation Army medical researchers to nurture, not completely dismiss the possibility that gain-of-function research isn’t just about investigating potential future pandemics’. to remain’, but to engineer viruses as potential bioweapons."

Other scientists make great use of the presence of a feature called a furin cleavage site on the Sars-CoV-2 spike proteins, which is not seen in other bat viruses, which they say has been used in other cases to create a larger to induce contagiousness. David Baltimore of the California Institute of Technology says this was a “smoking gun to the origin of the virus,” pointing to laboratory origins. Richard Muller of the University of California says it was “like finding a fingerprint at a crime scene.”

Anderson was at the Wuhan Institute, the only foreign scientist there, when Covid-19 first appeared in the city. When, as Markson writes from unspecified intelligence sources, several WIV employees contracted Covid-19 in November 2019, the mobile phone network around the WIV was mysteriously shut down and road access was closed for several days in October 2019, this went on and on. all past Anderson.
china has already walked away scot free, no point in beating a dead horse.
 

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Australia and 11 other countries that now accept Covaxin​

Even though most countries around the world have opened up their borders to tourists, there are many hoops you need to jump through—the biggest of them being the vaccine in your system. Even though the WHO hasn’t approved Covaxin yet, many countries are welcoming tourists with the Bharat Biotech-made vaccine. Last week, it was Oman that allowed quarantine-free travel to those on Covaxin. And now it is Australia.

Countries that accept Covaxin

  1. Estonia
  2. Greece
  3. Germany
  4. Serbia
  5. Iran
  6. Oman
  7. Sri Lanka
  8. Nepal
  9. Philippines
  10. Mauritius
  11. Guyana
  12. Australia
 

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Guyana approves India-made Covaxin for travel​

Guyana has become another country to approve India-made Covaxin for travel. On Tuesday, the country recognised Bharat Biotech's Covaxin, which is India's first homemade vaccine against Covid-19. The Indian High Commission in Guyana on a happy note mentioned that this is a crucial step towards the post COVID partnership between the two nations.

The High Commission of India in Guyana took to Twitter and tweeted,

"Guyana has recognised India's indigenous vaccine Covaxin -important step forward in the post-Covid partnership between India and Guyana."


#India ’s indigenous #COVID19 vaccine #COVAXIN made by @BharatBiotech has got EUL by #TAG of @WHO Over 100 million Indians are vaccinated with #Covaxin COVAXIN @MEAIndia @IndianDiplomacy @drkjsrini @OTPGY @fcsanthony1 @AntiguaOpm @pmharriskn @DPI_Guyana @PIB_India @WIONews pic.twitter.com/dAV8cYiTmy
— India in Guyana (@IndiainGuyana) November 3, 2021

It further mentioned, "Now, all passengers aged 18 years and above travelling to Guyana must be vaccinated against Covid-19 before arrival. Passengers are required to present their vaccination card bearing their name of vaccine, date vaccine was inoculated and batch from an accredited facility".

Recently, Australia also recognised Covaxin for travel purposes. The country has allowed entry of those travellers who have received the vaccine. Along with Australia, five other nations have also approved the Indian vaccine certificate. The news was shared by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) that Estonia, Kyrgyzstan, State of Palestine, Mauritius and Mongolia too have approved India’s vaccination certificate.

MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi tweeted, "Mutual recognition of Covid-19 vaccination certificates continues! Five more recognitions for India's vaccination certificate, including from Estonia, Kyrgyzstan, State of Palestine, Mauritius and Mongolia."