Index - Abroad - Chinese plan to experiment with genetically modified coronavirus that is dangerous to humans

Scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology wanted to test much more dangerous, genetically modified coronaviruses on live bats, about a year and a half before the first case of Covid-19 was registered.

the Wuhan Institute requested financial support for the project in the United States, but DARPA, the Pentagon’s secret, advanced military (or even defense) research division, rejected the offer.

The goal was well-intentioned: they wanted to throw “chimeric protein spikes” into bat caves and then infect humans to analyze the threat posed by the coronavirus, to anticipate the possibility of an outbreak, and even to vaccinate infected bats.

However, the $ 14 million grant was dropped by the Wuhan Institute because DARPA feared that with Wuhan functional gain research, which aims to genetically alter the body in a way that enhances its biological functions, the virus would become even more contagious and even more dangerous.

All in that a document read by DRASTIC published by an online investigation team. This group investigated that the coronavirus was most likely a steroid lab fugitive.

The investigation team also claimed that an official of the Trump government confirmed the authenticity of the document in question. And this, according to DRASTIC, underpins his theory that

the new type of coronavirus that causes the pandemic is of artificial origin.

A New York Post notes that the latest results of the researchers’ inquiries came to light a week after Republican lawmakers called for the summoning of Presidential Health Adviser Anthony Fauci. The suspicion arose: Fauci lied that the National Institute of Allergology and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) under his leadership had funded coronavirus research in Wuhan.

According to Fauci, the claim that NIAID funded functional profit research in Wuhan is incorrect. He did not deny that the institute had given money to the Wuhan lab, just not for genetic engineering.

However, several documents suggest that money came from there, which arrived at the Wuhan Institute at an organization called the EcoHealth Alliance, branded by British biologist Peter Daszak, who refuted the laboratory fugitive theory from the beginning. We also wrote more about this in the article cited above. The said bat and human experiments were developed by the Chinese laboratory in collaboration with the EcoHealth Alliance.

The Fauci-led institute awarded $ 3.1 million to the Wuhan Institute of Virology between 2014 and 2019, and this was renewed, which was shut down by the Trump government in 2020. Of this amount, $ 599,000 went to research on bat-derived coronaviruses.

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