Coronavirus Has Been Found in Sewage Samples From 2019 in Spain, Italy and Brazil

Samples as old as March 2019

The Empire would now like for you to believe the flu is a Chinese bioweapon. The ludicrous PLAGUE OF DEATH psychosis has been great for power, but they would like to benefit from the (almost always completely benign) virus even more of possible, and what better way to do that than to pin it on a foreign devil if they can?

Here is one of many problems with that: Italy detected SARS-CoV-2 in samples from December 2019:

The coronavirus was present in Milan and Turin’s sewage systems as early as December, two months before the first Covid-19 cases were detected in Italy, a new study shows.

“Traces of SARS-Cov-2 have been found in samples of waste water taken in Milan and Turin on Dec. 18 and in Bologna on Jan. 29,” said Giuseppina La Rosa, who led the research for a coming study from the country’s ISS National Health Institute. “More traces were detected in other test samples through January and February.”

Brazil in samples from November 2019:

We analysed human sewage located in Florianópolis (Santa Catalina, Brazil) from late October until the Brazil lockdown on early March. We detected SARS-CoV-2 in two samples collected independently on 27th November 2019. Our results show that SARS-CoV-2 has been circulating in Brazil since late November 2019.

And Spain in samples as old as March 2019:

 Spanish virologists have found traces of the novel coronavirus in a sample of Barcelona waste water collected in March 2019, nine months before the COVID-19 disease was identified in China, the University of Barcelona said on Friday.

They first found the virus was present in Barcelona on Jan. 15, 2020, 41 days before the first case was officially reported there.

Then they ran tests on samples taken between January 2018 and December 2019 and found the presence of the virus genome in one of them, collected on March 12, 2019.

“The levels of SARS-CoV-2 were low but were positive,” research leader Albert Bosch was quoted as saying by the university.

By the time of the Wuhan outbreak the coronavirus was already everywhere.

As one of the biggest centers of epidemiology research in the world Wuhan was always far more likely to be the first to detect a new viral illness than a random city.

Being the first to detect a virus does not even mean being the first to be hit by it, much less being the origin point.

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Steve
Steve
5 months ago

In the first place, separating the politician sewage from real sewage would be difficult enough. But how is it they’ve identified Sars-Cov-2 when my understanding is the Coronavirus has never been isolated?

Mr Reynard
Mr Reynard
5 months ago
Reply to  Steve

Ohh Steve, if you could test the sewage from the Congress & Senate, you wouldn’t find the virus, but you would find huge traces of Crack Coke (Hunter visit those locations), Methamphetamine, Cocaine ,Heroin & so on …..

GMC
GMC
5 months ago

It would be interesting to have a map of all the Big Pharm Labs, the US military Labs, Nato’s labs , Israel’s labs, and which research Universities are working for these Labs – in relation to the world. Just because a big pharma lab makes medicine, doesn’t rule it out from being a BioWeapons lab , in part. I think a map of all these facilities would scare the shit out of us – peasants.

tobi999
tobi999
5 months ago

guys they tested blood from 2014-2018 and it reacted postive to covid….this is usless….80-90% have already anti-corper that why so many false postive….we had an immunsystem that fought covid but the older versions and typs….this one is just a new versions…it killes less then TBC…..there is no pandemy …

Val
Val
5 months ago

Since there is only influenza A and B involved, that means nothing. More propaganda for the germ theory of disease. These people will never grow up and cease spouting nonsense.

les online
les online
5 months ago

Not Clear: did they detect its presence in the waste water samples at the time those samples were collected, or after the description of the “virus” was known ?

Maiasta
Maiasta
5 months ago
Reply to  les online

It’s irrelevant either way. Unless they carried out sucrose density gradient centrifugation, followed by electron microscopy, they didn’t “isolate” anything. What they probably mean in their papers is that they got a positive ‘ping’ on a PCR test with whatever random cycle threshold they decided to set. In other words “We found some RNA fragments. Some of it looks a bit like other RNA fragments.” Case closed.

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