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Professor Edward Holmes.
Professor Edward Holmes.


A genome map of each individual form of the SARS-CoV-2 genome is necessary to produce each new RT PCR Test. Many deny the virus has been isolated, purified then mapped. The reluctance of the media to clarify how it is done seems like there is a decision to keep the protesters in the dark, so that a stronger more moderate view of undermining the Covid-19 Tyranny does not become prevalent. 

This is a subject way above my science understanding (obviously) but at the moment I find the following quote disturbing if true:  

In January 2020, scientists from China published the first genetic sequences of SARS-CoV-2 via,[3] a "hub for prepublication data designed to assist with public health activities and research".[4] Researchers around the world used that data to build molecular tests for the virus. Antigen- and antibody-based tests were developed later. ( )

Professor Edward Holmes.

Edward Charles Holmes FRS FAA[6] (born 26 February 1965)[2] is a British evolutionary biologist and virologist, and since 2012 a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Australia Fellow and professor at the University of Sydney.[4][7][8] He is also an Honorary Visiting Professor at Fudan University, Shanghai, China (2019–present)[9

Holmes co-authored the publication of the genome sequence of SARS-CoV-2[18][19] and the early descriptions of the disease, working with Zhang Yongzhen from Fudan University to share the first sequencing data from the virus.[20] Holmes has figured prominently in commentary surrounding its origins. In March 2020, he co-authored a letter titled The proximal origins of SARS-CoV-2, published in Nature Medicine,[21] which examined the mutations in the receptor-binding domain and furin cleavage site, and concluded that the virus sequence did not appear to be engineered.[22][23] He co-authored a more-detailed review article in Cell.[24]

The University of Sydney published a statement by Holmes in April that stated, "There is no evidence that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 in humans, originated in a laboratory in Wuhan, China", and that all evidence points towards its origin in an animal species.[25] These views were reported in the Financial Times in May 2020.[26]


Professor Jamie Triccas from the Sydney Institute for infectious Diseases was part of the Australian research team predicting that protection from COVID vaccines would wane over time (losing half of their antibodies approximately every 100 days).

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