According to a Sky News report, UK scientists are developing vaccines against a new pandemic caused by a mysterious pathogen called ‘Disease X.’
What exactly is going on here?
The report states over 200 scientists are working at a government high-security lab, the Porton Down laboratory complex in Wiltshire.
NEW – British scientists begin "developing vaccines" in a high-security laboratory complex against a "new pandemic" caused by an unknown "Disease X" — Sky News
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Do we have UK biolabs conducting dangerous vaccine experiments?
Perhaps they’re doing gain-of-function research?
In this Sky News report, science correspondent Thomas Moore says avian influenza, monkeypox, and Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever are potential candidates for ‘Disease X.’
“They’re scanning the horizon for threats to try and develop vaccines that might be needed in the future. They’ll take them so far they’ll have them on the shelf if you like and if there is an outbreak, they can take them down and try to develop a vaccine within 100 days,” Moore commented.
Moore noted future vaccines will be developed quicker than the experimental, toxic COVID-19 shots.
UK scientists have begun developing vaccines as insurance against a new pandemic caused by an unknown "Disease X".
— Sky News (@SkyNews) August 7, 2023
Sky News reports:
They have drawn up a threat list of animal viruses that are capable of infecting humans and could in future spread rapidly around the world.
Which of them will break through and trigger the next pandemic is unknown, which is why it’s referred to only as “Disease X”.
Sky News was escorted around the site, which is run by the UK Health Security Agency, to see the work being done in high-containment labs.
Professor Dame Jenny Harries, the head of the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), told Sky News: “What we’re trying to do here is ensure that we prepare so that if we have a new Disease X, a new pathogen, we have done as much of that work in advance as possible.
“Hopefully we can prevent it [a pandemic]. But if we can’t and we have to respond, then we have already started developing vaccines and therapeutics to crack it.”
The Vaccine Development and Evaluation Centre at Porton Down has been expanded to take on the work.
Originally, it was focused on COVID and testing the effectiveness of vaccines against new variants.
But scientists at the centre are now involved in monitoring several high-risk pathogens, including bird flu, monkeypox and hantavirus, a disease spread by rodents.
The entire report by Sky News appears like a fearmongering, predictive programming operation to convince the public we need to develop vaccines quicker.
The next plandemic is coming, and we must prepare to stop it.
We can develop vaccines quicker to keep you safe from the next scary pathogen.
Why else would a high-security government lab give the media access to its vaccine experiments?
After the experiences from COVID-19, this report should raise immediate red flags of what dangerous research governments are conducting to ‘fight pandemics.’