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That would be their inactivated virus vaccine. All the preliminary results are excellent: 100% development of neutralizing antibodies in people who receive it, and nary an adverse reaction in sight.
Now the million dollar question: how effective is it? Not a whole lot of information about that. But it did do very well with the animal models, better than some of the leading western candidates, so that\'s promising.

https://www.vox.com/2020/9/11/21431416/coronavirus-vaccine-china-sinopharm-sinovac-emergency-authorization

In other news, Russia is bound and determined to vaccinate 200 million people with its expedited vaccine U.S. sources initially brushed it off as an inactivated virus too.
But it\'s not. It\'s a double adenovirus vaccine and fully described in article recently published in The Lancet.

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(20)31866-3/fulltext?fbclid=IwAR0jFWucGE-g-9rnrXSGlhHRpQDSwcK1v5wTGzdQvG3-eKFxi6fkyUI_RA8
 
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Edward Lee

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On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 3:51:07 PM UTC-7, bloggs.fred...@gmail.com wrote:
That would be their inactivated virus vaccine. All the preliminary results are excellent: 100% development of neutralizing antibodies in people who receive it, and nary an adverse reaction in sight.
Now the million dollar question: how effective is it? Not a whole lot of information about that. But it did do very well with the animal models, better than some of the leading western candidates, so that\'s promising.
Around 40% to 50% had complications, such as head aches, muscle aches, fevers, and others. Not sure if it\'s permanent, or any better than just catching the virus. The only different is that the \"vaccine\" is less likely to attack the respiration system. They started \"vaccinating\" pigs (sorry, people) in Feb 2020, two months after saying it cannot pass between human, one months after saying it will. That\'s speedy for \"vaccine\" development. People said they probably have virus samples for at least six months, in the P4 lab.
 
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Edward Lee

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On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 4:17:36 PM UTC-7, Edward Lee wrote:
On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 3:51:07 PM UTC-7, bloggs.fred...@gmail.com wrote:
That would be their inactivated virus vaccine. All the preliminary results are excellent: 100% development of neutralizing antibodies in people who receive it, and nary an adverse reaction in sight.
Now the million dollar question: how effective is it? Not a whole lot of information about that. But it did do very well with the animal models, better than some of the leading western candidates, so that\'s promising.

Around 40% to 50% had complications, such as head aches, muscle aches, fevers, and others. Not sure if it\'s permanent, or any better than just catching the virus. The only different is that the \"vaccine\" is less likely to attack the respiration system. They started \"vaccinating\" pigs (sorry, people) in Feb 2020, two months after saying it cannot pass between human, one months after saying it will. That\'s speedy for \"vaccine\" development. People said they probably have virus samples for at least six months, in the P4 lab.
More speculations on the origin of the CCP Vaccine 2020. The \"vaccine\" is a weaken version of the free version released to the World. We are just suffering complications. So, don\'t worry, die happy:

https://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/2020/09/09/alina-chan-broad-institute-coronavirus/
 
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Bill Sloman

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On Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 2:24:41 PM UTC+10, Edward Lee wrote:
On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 4:17:36 PM UTC-7, Edward Lee wrote:
On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 3:51:07 PM UTC-7, bloggs.fred...@gmail..com wrote:
That would be their inactivated virus vaccine. All the preliminary results are excellent: 100% development of neutralizing antibodies in people who receive it, and nary an adverse reaction in sight.
Now the million dollar question: how effective is it? Not a whole lot of information about that. But it did do very well with the animal models, better than some of the leading western candidates, so that\'s promising.

Around 40% to 50% had complications, such as head aches, muscle aches, fevers, and others. Not sure if it\'s permanent, or any better than just catching the virus. The only different is that the \"vaccine\" is less likely to attack the respiration system. They started \"vaccinating\" pigs (sorry, people) in Feb 2020, two months after saying it cannot pass between human, one months after saying it will. That\'s speedy for \"vaccine\" development. People said they probably have virus samples for at least six months, in the P4 lab.
More speculations on the origin of the CCP Vaccine 2020. The \"vaccine\" is a weaken version of the free version released to the World. We are just suffering complications. So, don\'t worry, die happy:

https://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/2020/09/09/alina-chan-broad-institute-coronavirus/
There\'s always a market for stupid conspiracy theories, and there is always a \"scientist\" who is short of money willing to make some by selling into that market.

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Edward Lee

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On Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 12:40:27 AM UTC-7, Bill Sloman wrote:
On Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 2:24:41 PM UTC+10, Edward Lee wrote:
On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 4:17:36 PM UTC-7, Edward Lee wrote:
On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 3:51:07 PM UTC-7, bloggs.fred...@gmail.com wrote:
That would be their inactivated virus vaccine. All the preliminary results are excellent: 100% development of neutralizing antibodies in people who receive it, and nary an adverse reaction in sight.
Now the million dollar question: how effective is it? Not a whole lot of information about that. But it did do very well with the animal models, better than some of the leading western candidates, so that\'s promising.

Around 40% to 50% had complications, such as head aches, muscle aches, fevers, and others. Not sure if it\'s permanent, or any better than just catching the virus. The only different is that the \"vaccine\" is less likely to attack the respiration system. They started \"vaccinating\" pigs (sorry, people) in Feb 2020, two months after saying it cannot pass between human, one months after saying it will. That\'s speedy for \"vaccine\" development. People said they probably have virus samples for at least six months, in the P4 lab.
More speculations on the origin of the CCP Vaccine 2020. The \"vaccine\" is a weaken version of the free version released to the World. We are just suffering complications. So, don\'t worry, die happy:

https://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/2020/09/09/alina-chan-broad-institute-coronavirus/

There\'s always a market for stupid conspiracy theories, and there is always a \"scientist\" who is short of money willing to make some by selling into that market.
There\'s always people who would collaborate with the dark forces and deny everything. CV 2020 is bad, but not bad enough to wipe out the human race. But the worry some question is: what else do they have cooking in the lab..
 
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Bill Sloman

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On Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 6:49:32 PM UTC+10, Edward Lee wrote:
On Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 12:40:27 AM UTC-7, Bill Sloman wrote:
On Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 2:24:41 PM UTC+10, Edward Lee wrote:
On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 4:17:36 PM UTC-7, Edward Lee wrote:
On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 3:51:07 PM UTC-7, bloggs.fred...@gmail.com wrote:
That would be their inactivated virus vaccine. All the preliminary results are excellent: 100% development of neutralizing antibodies in people who receive it, and nary an adverse reaction in sight.
Now the million dollar question: how effective is it? Not a whole lot of information about that. But it did do very well with the animal models, better than some of the leading western candidates, so that\'s promising.

Around 40% to 50% had complications, such as head aches, muscle aches, fevers, and others. Not sure if it\'s permanent, or any better than just catching the virus. The only different is that the \"vaccine\" is less likely to attack the respiration system. They started \"vaccinating\" pigs (sorry, people) in Feb 2020, two months after saying it cannot pass between human, one months after saying it will. That\'s speedy for \"vaccine\" development. People said they probably have virus samples for at least six months, in the P4 lab.
More speculations on the origin of the CCP Vaccine 2020. The \"vaccine\" is a weaken version of the free version released to the World. We are just suffering complications. So, don\'t worry, die happy:

https://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/2020/09/09/alina-chan-broad-institute-coronavirus/

There\'s always a market for stupid conspiracy theories, and there is always a \"scientist\" who is short of money willing to make some by selling into that market.

There\'s always people who would collaborate with the dark forces and deny everything.
Says our resident conspiracy theory peddler, who is willing to believe anything that makes the CCP look bad, rather than concentrating on the nasty stuff that they are actually doing.

> CV 2020 is bad, but not bad enough to wipe out the human race. But the worry some question is: what else do they have cooking in the lab.

Obviously something that would wipe almost all of them before it got around to doing in the rest of us.

For some odd reason conspiracy theory buffs seem to think that people who are doing the remarkably dangerous stuff that they choose to imagine is being done, or has been done, don\'t care about killing off themselves and their families in the process.

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Bill Sloman, Sydney
 
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Fred Bloggs

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On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 7:17:36 PM UTC-4, Edward Lee wrote:
On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 3:51:07 PM UTC-7, bloggs.fred...@gmail.com wrote:
That would be their inactivated virus vaccine. All the preliminary results are excellent: 100% development of neutralizing antibodies in people who receive it, and nary an adverse reaction in sight.
Now the million dollar question: how effective is it? Not a whole lot of information about that. But it did do very well with the animal models, better than some of the leading western candidates, so that\'s promising.
Around 40% to 50% had complications, such as head aches, muscle aches, fevers, and others. Not sure if it\'s permanent, or any better than just catching the virus. The only different is that the \"vaccine\" is less likely to attack the respiration system. They started \"vaccinating\" pigs (sorry, people) in Feb 2020, two months after saying it cannot pass between human, one months after saying it will. That\'s speedy for \"vaccine\" development. People said they probably have virus samples for at least six months, in the P4 lab.
Those are not complications, that trivial little stuff like pain and redness at the site, fevers, and whatnots are always present and transient. Complications are things like neurological disorders, autoimmune disease, and cancer.
 
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Fred Bloggs

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On Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 12:24:41 AM UTC-4, Edward Lee wrote:
On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 4:17:36 PM UTC-7, Edward Lee wrote:
On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 3:51:07 PM UTC-7, bloggs.fred...@gmail..com wrote:
That would be their inactivated virus vaccine. All the preliminary results are excellent: 100% development of neutralizing antibodies in people who receive it, and nary an adverse reaction in sight.
Now the million dollar question: how effective is it? Not a whole lot of information about that. But it did do very well with the animal models, better than some of the leading western candidates, so that\'s promising.

Around 40% to 50% had complications, such as head aches, muscle aches, fevers, and others. Not sure if it\'s permanent, or any better than just catching the virus. The only different is that the \"vaccine\" is less likely to attack the respiration system. They started \"vaccinating\" pigs (sorry, people) in Feb 2020, two months after saying it cannot pass between human, one months after saying it will. That\'s speedy for \"vaccine\" development. People said they probably have virus samples for at least six months, in the P4 lab.
More speculations on the origin of the CCP Vaccine 2020. The \"vaccine\" is a weaken version of the free version released to the World. We are just suffering complications. So, don\'t worry, die happy:

https://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/2020/09/09/alina-chan-broad-institute-coronavirus/
Wuhan wasn\'t doing growth-of-function studies, they were collecting samples for the American labs. They were testing new virus samples for ability to infect human cells, but that\'s the first I heard they were gene editing them in the process. They weren\'t really getting enough money from U.S. to do anything very complicated and extensive.
 
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Edward Lee

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On Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 9:39:41 AM UTC-7, Fred Bloggs wrote:
On Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 12:24:41 AM UTC-4, Edward Lee wrote:
On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 4:17:36 PM UTC-7, Edward Lee wrote:
On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 3:51:07 PM UTC-7, bloggs.fred...@gmail.com wrote:
That would be their inactivated virus vaccine. All the preliminary results are excellent: 100% development of neutralizing antibodies in people who receive it, and nary an adverse reaction in sight.
Now the million dollar question: how effective is it? Not a whole lot of information about that. But it did do very well with the animal models, better than some of the leading western candidates, so that\'s promising.

Around 40% to 50% had complications, such as head aches, muscle aches, fevers, and others. Not sure if it\'s permanent, or any better than just catching the virus. The only different is that the \"vaccine\" is less likely to attack the respiration system. They started \"vaccinating\" pigs (sorry, people) in Feb 2020, two months after saying it cannot pass between human, one months after saying it will. That\'s speedy for \"vaccine\" development. People said they probably have virus samples for at least six months, in the P4 lab.

More speculations on the origin of the CCP Vaccine 2020. The \"vaccine\" is a weaken version of the free version released to the World. We are just suffering complications. So, don\'t worry, die happy:

https://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/2020/09/09/alina-chan-broad-institute-coronavirus/

Wuhan wasn\'t doing growth-of-function studies, they were collecting samples for the American labs. They were testing new virus samples for ability to infect human cells, but that\'s the first I heard they were gene editing them in the process. They weren\'t really getting enough money from U.S. to do anything very complicated and extensive.
Officially, they were collecting samples only. But they did more for the PLA under the table. The lab was officially taken over by the People Liberation Army\'s Bio Warfare division in Jan 2020. The commanding officer vaccinated herself on her birthday in Feb 2020. These are all open public records. The unknown part is how long had they been involved before. Would the commander risks her own life if they did not have plenty of tests before.
 
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Bill Sloman

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On Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at 3:44:21 AM UTC+10, Edward Lee wrote:
On Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 9:39:41 AM UTC-7, Fred Bloggs wrote:
On Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 12:24:41 AM UTC-4, Edward Lee wrote:
On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 4:17:36 PM UTC-7, Edward Lee wrote:
On Monday, September 14, 2020 at 3:51:07 PM UTC-7, bloggs.fred...@gmail.com wrote:
That would be their inactivated virus vaccine. All the preliminary results are excellent: 100% development of neutralizing antibodies in people who receive it, and nary an adverse reaction in sight.
Now the million dollar question: how effective is it? Not a whole lot of information about that. But it did do very well with the animal models, better than some of the leading western candidates, so that\'s promising.

Around 40% to 50% had complications, such as head aches, muscle aches, fevers, and others. Not sure if it\'s permanent, or any better than just catching the virus. The only different is that the \"vaccine\" is less likely to attack the respiration system. They started \"vaccinating\" pigs (sorry, people) in Feb 2020, two months after saying it cannot pass between human, one months after saying it will. That\'s speedy for \"vaccine\" development. People said they probably have virus samples for at least six months, in the P4 lab.

More speculations on the origin of the CCP Vaccine 2020. The \"vaccine\" is a weaken version of the free version released to the World. We are just suffering complications. So, don\'t worry, die happy:

https://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/2020/09/09/alina-chan-broad-institute-coronavirus/

Wuhan wasn\'t doing growth-of-function studies, they were collecting samples for the American labs. They were testing new virus samples for ability to infect human cells, but that\'s the first I heard they were gene editing them in the process. They weren\'t really getting enough money from U.S. to do anything very complicated and extensive.
Officially, they were collecting samples only. But they did more for the PLA under the table.
Edward Lee\'s fertile imagination tells him what they did for the PLA under the table. Saner people look for more reliable information.

> The lab was officially taken over by the People Liberation Army\'s Bio Warfare division in Jan 2020.

This was when the top level of the CCP had decided that there really was an epidemic happening in Wuhan, and they needed to do something about it.

A virus research lab is just the sort of place you\'d re-purpose to work on a defense against the virus.

In the west we\'ve now got some 150 groups working on vaccines against Covid-19. Most of them were working on something before January 2020.

>The commanding officer vaccinated herself on her birthday in Feb 2020. These are all open public records. The unknown part is how long had they been involved before. Would the commander risks her own life if they did not have plenty of tests before.

The commander would presumably have known what she was doing, but military people are trifle cavalier with human lives, even their own.

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Bill Sloman, Sydney
 
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