Moderna Connection To Covid? Possible Link Discovered 3 Years Prior To Pandemic

In a shocking new development, new studies have emerged today that show Covid may possibly have been tinkered with in a lab, after scientists found genetic material that belonged to Moderna.

Scientists identified an identical snippet of code from the virus's spike protein, which was patented by the vaccine maker three years before it released its pandemic. The furin cleavage site-which is part of what makes this virus so good at infecting humans and sets it apart from other coronaviruses-has become one focal point for debate about whether or not Covid could've mutated through natural evolution without outside interference.

Studies done now suggest that there is a 1:3 trillion chance for moderna's sequence to randomly appear purely through natural evolution when examining human cells on accident during experiments in a lab environment.
Image courtesy of Covid is a virus that causes the severe acute respiratory syndrome, or SARS. The virus carries all the information necessary to its spread in around 30,000 letters of genetic code- called RNA. The virus shares 19 specific letters with Covid's furin cleavage site and 12 of those shared letters reside on a nearby part of the genome.
Image: Moderna filed a patent in February 2016 as part of its cancer research division, records show. The patented sequence is one component of the MSH3 gene, which is known to affect how repaired cells are dealt with inside the body. It was approved on March 7th following year
The Covid virus was compared to millions of sequenced proteins on an online database. It is made up of 30,000 letters- the nucleotides- that carry information about how it can spread.
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