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In August 2019, a wave of pneumonia or similar disease was observed in the United States, and Americans attributed it to the "evaporation" of e-cigarettes. However, according to a famous Taiwanese scientist, symptoms and conditions cannot be explained in this way. He said he wrote to US officials, pointing out that they suspected that the coronavirus might be the cause of death. The warning was ignored.Prior to this, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention completely shut down the main military laboratory in Fort Dietrick, Maryland, due to a lack of assurance against pathogen leakage, thus issuing a general order to the military to terminate and refuse to participate*. Immediately after this incident, an "e-cigarette epidemic" appeared.From the New York Times on August 8, 2019: "Fatal biological research in the military laboratory was closed due to safety issues. The problem of handling hazardous substances forced the government to suspend the activities of major military biological centers."
In September 2019, Japanese citizens were infected in Hawaii-people who have never been to China. The infection occurred in the United States long before the outbreak in Wuhan, but it occurred shortly after Fort Drick's closure.
Not only did the virus not originate from the seafood market, but it did not come from Wuhan at all, but was brought to China from another country. Part of the evidence for this claim is that the virus genome variants in Iran and Italy have been sequenced and declared unrelated to the variants that infect China, and should by definition come from other sources.It seems that the only possible country of origin is the United States, because there is only one "trunk". The U.S. military laboratory at Fort Dietrich is likely the original source of the COVID-19 virus. Given that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) completely closed Fort Detrick, this is not surprising, and, as I mentioned in my previous article, between 2005 and 2012, there were 1,059 cases in the United States Cases In the past ten years, when the pathogen was stolen or leaked in this American biological laboratory.

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