Conclusive: COVID-19 Was Made in a Laboratory

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A blockbuster scientific article, published on October 20, 2022, analyzed the restriction sites of COVID-19, which are “cutting and pasting” markers for viruses constructed in the laboratory.

According to the authors, COVID-19 “has the restriction site fingerprint that is typical for synthetic viruses.”

That synthetic fingerprint found in COVID-19 is not a feature of naturally-occurring coronaviruses but is common in lab-assembled viruses.

In addition, the type of mutations that differentiate the restriction sites in COVID-19 are characteristic of engineering, and the concentration of these mutations in the restriction sites is extremely unlikely to have arisen by random evolution.

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