Report: Chinese Military Testing Covid-19 Vaccine In Fall 19...It's A Bioweapon

Source: CD Media Staff

The Chinese Communist Party was working on a vaccine in December 2019 for the coronavirus, according to Dr. Steven Quay.

The first patients at the People’s Liberation Army Hospital in Wuhan not only had traces of SARS-CoV-2, but also of a Chinese-built adenovirus vaccine, indicating the virus was likely part of a CCP weapons program.“The first patient at the PLA hospital about a mile from the Wuhan Institute of Virology can have the virus traced directly to the sequences that infected President Donald Trump,” said Dr. Quay in an interview with Stephen K. Bannon on Saturday. “That is very unusual.”

Dr. Quay recently published findings of a near 100 percent probability that the virus came from a lab. “You see what’s called post-year diversity with both MERS and SARS where about 50 percent of the sequences don’t go through that first patient,” he said.

Yet another stunning revelation was left out of Dr. Quay’s 193-page white paper: the CCP was working on a vaccine for the virus in 2019.

“This virus has many signatures of lab manipulation, those are hallmarks of gain of function research,” he said. “In addition, in the first five patients that were published by the Wuhan Institute, I was the first to find what looks like adenovirus sequences as well. So in my paper I basically state that at the end of December 2019 the Wuhan was sequencing patient specimens in which there was both the SARS-Covid-2 virus and a Chinese-built adenovirus virus vaccine in the same patient.”

“I sent a letter to the Wuhan doctors to ask them to explain, if they had a trivial artifact explanation,” Dr. Quay said. “I haven’t received any feedback.”

“You’re tying it back to patients — and even vaccines — from November of 2019?” Bannon asked. “I just want to make sure we are clear about this.”

“The Wuhan Institute of Virology sequenced five patients in the end of December in which adenoviruses had been introduced in those patients,” Dr. Quay said. “And those adenoviruses are against the CoV-2 protein. There’s no artifact that I could think of that could cause that, but I’m giving the Wuhan institute the benefit of the doubt. I’ve asked them to explain it for me. It currently sits in my analysis but it doesn’t impact my statistics awaiting feedback on what their answer is.

“All the people who have looked at it have not been able to find an artifact,” Dr. Quay added. “It looks like at the end of December they were in possession of both the SARS-CoV-2 virus and a virus vaccine against it.”

The Trump administration confirmed the Chinese military was conducting secret experiments at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Shortly before leaving office, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo disclosed that the Wuhan institute “engaged in classified research, including laboratory animal experiments, on behalf of the Chinese military since at least 2017.”