A new study by Dr. Steven Quay, M.D., Ph.D., head of two therapeutic programs for the CCP Virus (COVID-19) documents that the pandemic began at the People’s Liberation Army General Hospital (PLA) in Wuhan, China.

Quay noted that by Dec. 10, PLA personnel were registering patients with the CCP Virus, long before the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) reported the pandemic to the World Health Organization (WHO), as published on the Zenodo website on Oct. 28. 

The question remains as to why the appearance of the CCP Virus was reported so late, and Quay himself postulates that the date could have been manipulated, and that the cases possibly originated much earlier, as a result of the creation of a vaccine.

“The genomic files of these patients were created on Dec. 10, 2019, but the PLA Hospital did not record the collection of the specimens until weeks later, which is unusual and unexplainable,” Quay pointed out. 

“However, it would be consistent with a vaccine challenge clinical trial (in which case files are established in anticipation of obtaining samples later) or suggests that the collection dates were actually before Dec. 10, 2019,” he adds.

And then he proposed “the reported dates of sample collection are not accurate, and may have been incorrectly recorded to suggest that the infection began to spread later than the actual date.”

Quay is the founder of Atossa Therapeutics, a clinical-stage, biopharmaceutical company, based in Seattle. 

Given that the PLA hospital is about 1 mile from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), and the interconnection of these through Line 2 of the Wuhan subway system, this route appears to be the most committed to the rapid spread of the CCP Virus worldwide.

Line 2 connects with the other eight lines of the Wuhan subway system, and seven of the nine hospitals where CCP Virus patients were treated are located near the subway line. It is also linked to the high-speed train and the airport. 

This situation would have facilitated the rapid spread in Wuhan, throughout Hubei Province, throughout China, Asia, Europe, and the United States.

There has been much debate about the characteristics of the CCP Virus, which has already caused nearly 1.2 million deaths and incalculable economic losses worldwide, for which the CCP is blamed

Also, several scientific studies indicate that the virus was scientifically manipulated. One of them was published by Australian researchers. 

Professor Nikolai Petrovsky of the University of Flinders in Adelaide, Australia, who led the team, concluded that the virus was able to bind to human cells and found the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus targets humans more potently than any of the tested animal species, reported The Week.

“The results clearly show that the COVID-19 virus is exquisitely adapted to infect humans,” Petrovsky said in a study published on the research website, arXiv.

The renowned organization Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH), unmasks the stratagems of the CCP in front of the disastrous outbreak of the virus, which emerged from its territory.

In the report Unmasking the COVID-19 Pandemic, the DAFOH exposes how the CCP allowed the spread of the disease and several countries have accused of the spread.

In addition, it took unfair advantage of the high impact caused by the spread of the virus, for its own benefit. 

“Following a path of divide and conquer or “divide et impera” first ruining the partnerships between the countries and then appearing as the savior who delivered face masks to overwhelmed regions,” this is how DAFOH describes the opportunistic tactics applied by the CCP.

Moreover, the DAFOH alerted everyone to the risk if the CCP is allowed to advance its ideology, given that its leaders have said that they would not care about the disappearance of half of humanity as long as the survivors were communists.

The DAFOH report concludes with a very telling quote from Chen Guangcheng, the respected Chinese human rights lawyer.

“The CCP is the biggest and most serious virus of all.”

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