China’s New COVID-19 Outbreak Is in "Harbin" Which Also Has BSL-4 Biolab
The Wuhan National Bio-safety BSL-4 lab became operational in 2018, less than two years prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, after being certified as meeting the standards and criteria of BSL-4 by the China National Accreditation Service for Conformity Assessment (CNAS). The Harbin BSL-4 biolab is reportedly currently awaiting accreditation by CNAS. As noted in Nature "BSL-4 is the highest level of BIO-CONTAINMENT: its criteria include filtering air and treating water and waste before they leave the laboratory, and stipulating that researchers change clothes and shower before and after using lab facilities. THE chinese expect to build about 5 to 7 0f these labs and despite mounting EVIDENCE that the C-19 virus originated from a containment failure in the Whuhan lab China still refuses to allow international inspection.
According to Nature, two more BSL-4 labs are expected to be created in Beijing and Kunming. These labs are planned as part of a network of between five and seven labs throughout China. Few nations have even one such lab and only international inspection is convincing that such labs are not bio-weapon development labs. The fact that the C-19 virus doesn't appear to be altered has no bearing on whether or not it was intended as a bio weapon. It has put some of our warships in the Pacific Fleet out of operational status for a protracted period. It has devastated all Western economies and has the added advantage of plausible denial. ( China: Its not weaponized and we don't know how it got out into the population starting two blocks from the Wuhan lab). Now we are picking up tentative reports from Western intelligence that there is a sudden appearance of a C-19 "hot spot"near the evolving new lab in Harbin. We have noted before, the expansion of BSL-4 biolabs in China is a concern because of China’s history of lab leaks. The SARS virus escaped from other high-level (BSL-3) containment facilities in Beijing multiple times before, notes Richard Ebright, a molecular biologist at Rutgers University, in Nature. Ebright is also not convinced of the need for more than one BSL-4 lab in mainland China.
Ebright also worries that the large planned expansion of BSL-4 labs in China and its excess capacity can be used for the potential development of bio-weapons.So AAB is not alone in this concern.
As explained in AAN previously (American Action News), “These facilities are inherently dual use,” Ebright says, referring to the labs being able to be used for both civilian and military purposes. Other analysts have also expressed their concerns these labs could be part of a greater covert bio-weapons research program. Meanwhile China is still in a state of denial over the second break out in Harbin and is not sharing any reliable information with the West. Interesting to note:Just in time for the Whaun and Harbin break outs China has enough medical protection gear to cover their own needs and export to the US most of the masks, impermeable gloves, and coveralls that the US so desperately needs. Think about it.