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London / Melbourne: Five years before the Kovid-1p epidemic, Chinese scientists investigated the alleged use of the coronavirus as a weapon and predicted a fight against biological weapons of World War III. This has been claimed in a media report quoting documents obtained from the US State Department. Britain’s The Sun newspaper quoted the first report from the Australians as saying that an “explosive” document in the hands of the US State Department alleged that the commander of China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) had made this deadly prediction.
Documents obtained by U.S. officials were written in 2015 by military scientists and senior Chinese health officials investigating the source of the Kovid-19. Chinese scientists have referred to the stork coronavirus as the “new age of biological weapons”, an example of which is Kovid. PLA documents indicate that bio-weapons attacks could destroy the enemy’s medical system. Read more: China to provide দুই 2 billion to fight coronavirus epidemic
The documents also mention the actions of U.S. Air Force Colonel Michael Jay, who feared that World War III could be fought with biological weapons. The documents further state that the SARS, which was spread in China in 2003, may have been a man-made biological weapon that was deliberately spread by terrorists.
MP Tom Tugenhead and Australian politician James Patterson said the documents raised concerns about China’s transparency about the origin of the Kovid-19. But Beijing’s official Global Times newspaper criticized Australia for publishing the article to tarnish China’s image.
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