China-PAK secretly developing pathogens deadlier than COVID-19

China-PAK secretly developing pathogens deadlier than COVID-19
China-PAK secretly developing pathogens deadlier than COVID-19

The world is still recovering from the deadly impact of the novel coronavirus, one of the biggest crises of the century that originated in China’s Wuhan. The pandemic has still not come to an end as there are numerous new variants rear their ugly head now and then. Amid all these, there is a report that is sure to leave everyone in utter shock. According to reports, China and Pakistan are working on a sinister plan that could have consequences worst that the Covid pandemic.

As per reports, China and Pakistan are together developing pathogens deadlier than the Covid virus at a research lab in Rawalpindi. The infamous Wuhan Institute and Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO), which is run by the Pakistan Army, has set up a secret advance lab for the special project, news agency ANI quoted Geo-Politik, as saying.

Interestingly, in 2020, Pakistan denied there being any secret project. “There is nothing secret about the Bio-Safety Level-3 (BSL-3) Laboratory of Pakistan referred to in the report,” Pakistan’s Foreign Office had said, Geo-Politik report added further.

The laboratory located in Chaklala cantonment in Rawalpindi is a highly secure zone that is headed by a two-star General, the report said. 

Several media reports have said that China is creating pathogens like Covid in Pakistan that have the potential of causing devastation on scale larger than covid.

Covid cases ramp up again in China

Despite strict ‘zero-Covid policy’, China is witnessing a surge in infection cases again. The country reported the highest daily caseload in six months on Monday (November 7).

China on Saturday reported identifying about 3,500 new cases the previous day, including about 3,000 who tested positive despite not having any COVID-19 symptoms.

In the city of Guangzhou in the southeast, Haizhu district suspended bus and subway service for three days and urged residents to stay home as it conducts mass testing of its 1.8 million people.


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