BREAKING: Chinese Scientist Filed COVID Vaccine Patent in February of 2020, Then Mysteriously Died

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According to a bombshell new report by the Five Eyes intelligence alliance, a top Chinese military scientist filed a patent for the first coronavirus vaccine and then mysteriously died just a few weeks later.

Zhou Yusen, a scientist for the People’s Liberation Army, allegedly had connections to Shi Zhengli, also known as “Bat Woman” at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. According to The Australian, national security experts explain that this is proof the Wuhan Institute of Virology was conducting “secret military activity”.

The Australian reported:

Zhou, who conducted the research in conjunction with the Wuhan institute, the University of Minnesota and the New York Blood Centre, was the first to file a patent for a Covid-19 vaccine on February 24 last year, according to documents obtained by The Weekend Australian. This was only five weeks after China admitted there was human-to-human transmission of the virus.

Zhou is listed as the lead inventor on the patent application lodged by the “Institute of Military Medicine, Academy of Military Sciences of the PLA”.

Medical researcher at Flinders University Nikolai Petrovsky explained how creating a COVID vaccine in this short amount of time would have been a “remarkable achievement.” He said, “This is something we have never seen achieved before, raising the question of whether this work may have started much ­earlier.”

Just a few weeks after Zhou filed the patent, he died.


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