China Planned To Weaponise Covid-19 Back In 2015, Claim Australian Reports

According to a report by Australian media, China intended to weaponise Coronavirus in 2015. Read on to know more.

Debanjali Kabiraj

May 13, 2021

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According to an Australian report, in 2015 China planned to weaponise the deadly virus of Covid-19. This was five years before the first case of Coronavirus was reported in Wuhan in 2020. The reports also state that they also predicted World War III with biological weapons.

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The document which states that China planned to weaponise the Covid 19 virus has been published by Australian media. They have said that the papers were obtained by the US State Department. According to the report, Chinese scientists discussed the use of man-made viruses as bioweapons. Peter Jennings, the executive director of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, in a conversation with news.com.au,  compared the document to a spoking gun. He also stated,  “I think this is significant because it clearly shows that Chinese scientists were thinking about military application for different strains of Coronavirus and thinking about how it could be deployed.” He also added that it begins to firm up the possibility that what we have is an accidental release of a pathogen for military use.

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The Chinese state media, Global Times has rejected the claims of the Australian report and has said that it is forged information. The report comes at a time when there have been speculations that the Coronavirus may have leaked from the Wuhan Biology lab. The first case of coronavirus was reported in Wuhan in late 2019 and then it began spreading to other countries all over the world. At present, India has been facing a huge second wave of the Coronavirus outbreak and everyday news cases seem to increase in number.

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