The world bank of the virus is born in Switzerland: is it safe?

The world bank of the virus is born in Switzerland: is it safe?
The world bank of the virus is born in Switzerland: is it safe?

The birth of the first world bank of the virus is a reality: the WHO and Switzerland have made agreements – in the last few days – regarding the establishment of an official laboratory in which not only the coronavirus will be stored and studied, but also any other pathogen that arises at basis of the main and serious human diseases known to date.

The question that arises is: what is the use of having such a laboratory? And especially: Is the World Bank of the Virus Safe?

Where is the virus world bank

The first headquarters of the world bank of the virus will be in a federal laboratory located in Switzerland, a Spiez, a town of 15,000 inhabitants in the Canton of Bern, on Lake Thun which is already home to a center for the study of what are defined as “unconventional weapons“, That is biological and chemical weapons.

What the world bank of the virus will do

The World Health Organization and Switzerland plan to use the world virus bank for the cataloging of all viruses present on the entire planet that can be considered as potential dangers to public health. Beyond the Covid-19 virus, a further example of a virus that would be conserved and studied is the one underlying Ebola.

According to the WHO, in fact, the spread of the pandemic was possible precisely because there were not in the beginning the skills (and the resources) sufficient to face the whole Covid affair on an equal footing and all of a sudden. ofsanitary emergency.

In this sense, the world bank of the virus it will serve not only as a “casket” of pathogens, but also as an opportunity for study and prevention of the same.

There could be pandemics worse than Covid-19

The bank in Switzerland will be carried out under the guidance of Marc Cadish, former director of the Spiez laboratory, to whom the WHO has already entrusted the custody of pathogens potentially dangerous to public health, coming from all over the planet.

Is exactly Marc Cadish to declare that the Sars-CoV-2 pandemic is certainly not among the worst that humanity could face in the years to come. Cash notes, during an interview for the AGI regarding future doomsday scenarios, that the coronavirus pandemic has been dire. However, if the next pandemic – he adds – were to hit people of working age, from an economic point of view the whole world would find itself displaced.

World cooperation in the virus bank

This would be the reason for the virus bank in Switzerland: cooperation between countries able to intervene faster and more effectively should a situation like that of Covid-19 reappear; a prevention that – again in the words of Marc Cadish – could not be put into practice by a single state and that requires cooperation on a global level.

Is the World Bank of the Virus Safe?

The laboratory wanted by the World Health Organization is a system of continuous information exchange on a voluntary basis between all countries.

All of this should happen without any danger to the population and without the need to adopt preventive measures for the safety of individual citizens. In fact, Spiez is a laboratory that – precisely because of its ability to manage the so-called “unconventional weapons”(Chemical and bacteriological) for several years – seems to be perfectly capable of handling the situation in terms of general safety.

Could the Wuhan incident happen again?

During the interview with the AGI, when asked about the Wuhan accident, the director of the Spiez laboratory, Marc Cadish, he prefers not to answer. In particular, when asked whether it was a laboratory accident that triggered the Sars-CoV-2 pandemic, Cadish replied that his team was not directly involved in that research and therefore concludes, , with a mandatory “no comment”.

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