Peter Olson, Goonengerry

Dr Francis Boyle, who drafted the USA Biological Weapons Act, has stated that the Wuhan Coronavirus is an offensive Biological Warfare Weapon. Wuhan is home to China’s only Biohazard Level 4 germ laboratory.

Dr Joseph Wu, writing in The Lancet, 31 January 2020, says that on 25 January, 2020, 75,815 individuals were likely infected with Wuhan Coronavirus, while on the same day the Australian media reported that only around 1,000 people were infected. The number of likely infected estimated in The Lancet was at least 50 times more than the numbers stated to be infected by Australian media.

I believe the first several cases had no connection whatsoever, with the fish market, yet the TV says it likely came from there.

Dr Jonathan Read, an epidemiologist at Lancaster University’s Medical School, said that by 4 February, 250,000 would be infected. That compares with official figures reported on TV, of around 20,000 on 4 February. Logically, what happens in China, will happen here.

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