A new mystery arises about the Covid-19. According to the newspaper The Australia, on February 24, 2020 one Chinese military scientist, Yusen Zhou, allegedly filed a patent for a coronavirus vaccine well before the global pandemic was declared. Apparently Zhou would have worked closely with the scientists from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, including Shi Zhengli, the deputy director of the laboratory famous for his research on the coronavirus in bats. Zhou is though died under mysterious circumstances less than three months to have filed the patent. As reported by the New York Post, the man’s death was only hinted at in a Chinese media report, despite being one of the most prominent scientists in the country. In the past, Zhou had also worked on research related to US institutions, including the University of Minnesota and the New York Blood Center, according to the paper.
China and the mysteries behind Covid-19
In recent months, the Covid theory created in the laboratory. United States President Joe Biden has ordered intelligence agencies to launch an investigation to determine if Covid-19 was created by man. New evidence, including reports of three Wuhan lab workers who became seriously ill with Coronavirus-like symptoms in November 2019, forced a sober reassessment among doubters. The Chinese government has decided not to participate in further investigations by the World Health Organization. Biden scolded China and invited allies to help “to urge China to participate in a comprehensive, transparent, evidence-based international investigation and to provide access to all relevant data and evidence.”