Time.news – A Chinese military scientist, Zhou Yusen, who died in May last year, had filed a patent for a Covid-19 vaccine as early as February 2020. This is revealed by an investigation conducted by The Australian newspaper, which cites documents it has come into possession of, and which feeds doubts about the possibility that a vaccine had been tested before the disease known today as Covid-19 emerged publicly.
The scientist of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army collaborated with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the laboratory at the center of international speculations regarding the origin of the Sars-CoV-2 coronavirus: he would have presented the patent already on February 24 last year, only five weeks after Chinese admission of human-to-human transmission of the virus, e a few weeks before dying in unclear circumstances, in the following May.
Zhou also had ties to the United States, according to the Australian newspaper: he had been a former researcher at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, and had collaborated with the New York Blood Center before joining the People’s Liberation Army. Chinese. Later, he had worked closely with China’s most famous virologist, Shi Zhengli, the “bat-woman” of the Wuhan virology laboratory – so nicknamed for her experiments on bats, the main suspects for the spread of the coronavirus – who has always claimed that the virus had not come out of her laboratory: a report , theirs, which would corroborate the hypothesis of “secret military activities” conducted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology also taken into consideration by the US State Department, in a note of January 2021.