Every Day There Is More Evidence That the SARS-2 Outbreak Began Months Before the Earliest Documented Wuhan Infections
Brief remarks on a sensational study from Lombardy, which finds conclusive evidence of SARS-2 infection in a patient sample from 12 September 2019.
The black line represents the percentage of suspected measles and rubella cases that tested negative for these viruses at a reference laboratory in Lombardy. The spike after July 2019 reflects the growing portion of patients whose rashes were caused instead by SARS-2.
ided to test old archival samples for SARS-2, to see if they couldn’t solve this small mystery. They looked at samples going back to 2018, and their tests came up positive for SARS-2 RNA in thirteen cases. Eleven of these samples were collected before anybody declared a pandemic. Four of the eleven also had anti-SARS-2 antibodies – including the earliest sample, taken from an eight-month-old infant on 12 September 2019. None of these patients had any relevant travel history.
What’s most interesting, is the genetic sequences of these early samples from Fall 2019:
In total, we obtained 15 sequences, including 12 from pre-pandemic cases. All three major mutations (C3037T, C14408T, and A23403G), which had first been detected
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