A shocking new study has claimed to have evidence that Chinese researchers produced COVID-19 in the laboratory and then attempted to reverse-engineer variants of the viral disease to make it appear as though it emerged inherently from bats.

Norwegian Dr. Birger Sorensen and Professor Angus Dalgleish wrote last year that they had factual sources of China’s retro-engineering but were disregarded by academics and significant medical journals, according to The Daily Mail, quoting the upcoming research.

The study concludes that the probability that it is the consequence of organic processes is incredibly remote. The virus continues to kill 12,000 people per day worldwide.

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Dalgleish is a renowned Oncology professor in London, best known for his groundbreaking work on an HIV vaccine. Sorensen is a virologist and the founder of Immunol, the pharmaceutical company, which produced Biovacc-19, a candidate for the coronavirus vaccine. Dalgleish also owns stock in that company.

Covid-19 was Produced in Chinese Labs The duo discovered “unique fingerprints” indicative of the virus’s origins during their COVID-19 vaccination study, they claimed. The telltale clue: a rare presence of four amino acids in a row in the COVID-carrying virus that binds to human cells that are negative by emitting a positive charge.

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Dalgleish told the Daily Mail that physics rules dictate that in a row four amino acids that are positively charged cannot be arranged and the only way to get this is to produce it artificially.

They also followed various published research in China, some conducted in collaboration with American institutions, to demonstrate how the virus’s suspected creators constructed the tools. A substantial portion of the work evaluated comprised “gain of function” research, which entails altering natural viruses in the laboratory to increase their infectious power, enabling scientists to evaluate their potential influence on people.

In 2014, the United States imposed a prohibition on such research. However, Dr. Anthony Fauci told Congress last week that it is difficult to tell if $600,000 in money for such medical research in China.