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Parliamentary question - E-002429/2020Parliamentary question

Statements by Montagnier, Nobel prize winner, on the origins of the coronavirus

Question for written answer E-002429/2020
to the Commission
Rule 138
Silvia Sardone (ID)

French professor Luc Montagnier, who won a Nobel prize in 2008 for his work on the HIV virus as cause of the Aids epidemic, maintains that the coronavirus is a manipulated virus. He has stated: ‘It was produced by a laboratory. It is what is known as a recombinant, perhaps produced by a Chinese laboratory. It was a job for molecular biologists. It’s a very meticulous job. You could say a clockwork of sequences. There is enormous pressure for everything that is at the origin of the virus to be hidden’.

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