This report is all that has been stated by official governments, statements, and for this reason, not verifiable.
The information that we know—after almost two years battling COVID-19—is still unreliable, incorrect, at the edge of a sci-fi movie.
We know that it all started in Wuhan. We have been fed all sort of information; from a deadly virus mutated from bats to humans that infected “someone” in a wet market in the Wuhan district, to a laboratory leak from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. After over a year, we discovered that 3 scientists that worked at the WIV had been recovered in the hospital with pulmonary disease, with symptoms relatable to COVID-19. This information was kept secret, as was Dr. Li, 34, attempt to send a message to fellow medics about the outbreak at the end of December. Three days later police paid him a visit and ordered him to stop. He returned to work and caught the virus from a patient. He had been in hospital for at least three weeks and has died from the virus.
No government has been telling the truth. All governments have been hiding information, lying, deceiving the public for over 2 years with the cooperation of Google, Facebook, and mainstream news.
China has been hiding information, deleting files, blocking WHO from accessing freely the country and the WIV lab.
Jesse Bloom, a computational biologist and specialist in viral evolution at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, found that 214 sequences had been removed from an online database at the request of scientists in Wuhan, China. But with some internet sleuthing, he was able to recover copies of the data stored on Google Cloud. “I think it’s certainly consistent with an attempt to hide the sequences,” he told BuzzFeed News
The US government has not been able to assess the origin of the virus, and just recently we discovered that the NIH has been funding WIV with the blessing of Dr. Fauci.
Dr. Fauci has been also dispensing all sorts of misinformation and covering up all ties to the funding of the WIV. We strongly believe that the funding of a virology institution in China and its research on deadly viruses should have been disclosed at the beginning of this pandemic, and not after 4 million deaths—and counting.
Facebook, Google, and governments have been blocking information related to COVID-19, Wuhan, and the pandemic. While we all are numbed by our screens, scared to dig deeper, not willing to take action, we continue to let corporations, media, and conglomerates dictate our future.
While all information is filtered, blocked, muzzled, mainstream media—which has ties with big pharma—propagates undisturbed false information; brainwashing us with nonsense, like the statement from Dr. Peter Juni (Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table), “You have these two different choices (referring to mixing two different vaccines) and it doesn’t really matter. This is like just going to the gas station, you know you don’t care about the brand”. I cannot believe that this statement went unchecked and unnoticed. VAERS effects on a single vaccine have not been studied enough to determine the safety of a single vaccine itself, how can Dr. Peter Juni so lightly state that mixing vaccines is safe? The absurdity and carelessness with which mass media pushes out this information is baffling.
Recently Derek Chauvin was sentenced to 22 years for the murder of George Floyd. One man killed using unlawful deadly force. I wonder what will be the punishment for the unchecked genocide of 4 million people around the globe. I wonder if we will ever see the day when the culprit will pay for all the suffering of humankind; if we will ever know the truth.
Official WHO Timeline – COVID-19
31 Dec 2019
Wuhan Municipal Health Commission, China, reported a cluster of cases of pneumonia in Wuhan, Hubei Province. A novel coronavirus was eventually identified.
1 January 2020
WHO had set up the IMST (Incident Management Support Team) across the three levels of the organization: headquarters, regional headquarters and country level, putting the organization on an emergency footing for dealing with the outbreak.
4 January 2020
WHO reported on social media that there was a cluster of pneumonia cases – with no deaths – in Wuhan, Hubei province.
5 January 2020
WHO published our first Disease Outbreak News on the new virus. This is a flagship technical publication to the scientific and public health community as well as global media. It contained a risk assessment and advice, and reported on what China had told the organization about the status of patients and the public health response on the cluster of pneumonia cases in Wuhan.
10 January 2020
WHO issued a comprehensive package of technical guidance online with advice to all countries on how to detect, test and manage potential cases, based on what was known about the virus at the time. This guidance was shared with WHO’s regional emergency directors to share with WHO representatives in countries.
Based on experience with SARS and MERS and known modes of transmission of respiratory viruses, infection and prevention control guidance were published to protect health workers recommending droplet and contact precautions when caring for patients, and airborne precautions for aerosol generating procedures conducted by health workers.
12 January 2020
China publicly shared the genetic sequence of COVID-19.
13 January 2020
Officials confirm a case of COVID-19 in Thailand, the first recorded case outside of China.
14 January 2020
WHO’s technical lead for the response noted in a press briefing there may have been limited human-to-human transmission of the coronavirus (in the 41 confirmed cases), mainly through family members, and that there was a risk of a possible wider outbreak. The lead also said that human-to-human transmission would not be surprising given our experience with SARS, MERS and other respiratory pathogens.
20-21 January 2020
WHO experts from its China and Western Pacific regional offices conducted a brief field visit to Wuhan.
22 January 2020
WHO mission to China issued a statement saying that there was evidence of human-to-human transmission in Wuhan but more investigation was needed to understand the full extent of transmission.
22- 23 January 2020
The WHO Director- General convened an Emergency Committee (EC) under the International Health Regulations (IHR 2005) to assess whether the outbreak constituted a public health emergency of international concern. The independent members from around the world could not reach a consensus based on the evidence available at the time. They asked to be reconvened within 10 days after receiving more information.
28 January 2020
A senior WHO delegation led by the Director-General travelled to Beijing to meet China’s leadership, learn more about China’s response, and to offer any technical assistance.
While in Beijing, Dr. Tedros agreed with Chinese government leaders that an international team of leading scientists would travel to China on a mission to better understand the context, the overall response, and exchange information and experience.
30 January 2020
The WHO Director-General reconvened the Emergency Committee (EC). This was earlier than the 10-day period and only two days after the first reports of limited human-to-human transmission were reported outside China. This time, the EC reached consensus and advised the Director-General that the outbreak constituted a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). The Director-General accepted the recommendation and declared the novel coronavirus outbreak (2019-nCoV) a PHEIC. This is the 6th time WHO has declared a PHEIC since the International Health Regulations (IHR) came into force in 2005.
WHO’s situation report for 30 January reported 7818 total confirmed cases worldwide, with the majority of these in China, and 82 cases reported in 18 countries outside China. WHO gave a risk assessment of very high for China, and high at the global level.
3 February 2020
WHO releases the international community’s Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan to help protect states with weaker health systems.
11-12 February 2020
WHO convened a Research and Innovation Forum on COVID-19, attended by more than 400 experts and funders from around the world, which included presentations by George Gao, Director General of China CDC, and Zunyou Wu, China CDC’s chief epidemiologist.
16-24 February 2020
The WHO-China Joint mission, which included experts from Canada, Germany, Japan, Nigeria, Republic of Korea, Russia, Singapore and the US (CDC, NIH) spent time in Beijing and also travelled to Wuhan and two other cities. They spoke with health officials, scientists and health workers in health facilities (maintaining physical distancing). The report of the joint mission can be found here: https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/who-china-joint-mission-on-covid-19-final-report.pdf
11 March 2020
Deeply concerned both by the alarming levels of spread and severity, and by the alarming levels of inaction, WHO made the assessment that COVID-19 can be characterized as a pandemic.
13 March 2020
COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund launched to receive donations from private individuals, corporations and institutions.
18 March 2020
WHO and partners launch the Solidarity Trial, an international clinical trial that aims to generate robust data from around the world to find the most effective treatments for COVID-19.
(Archived by the WHO and not updated)