A virus that researchers would believe they had discovered—but didn't.
The researchers are cultishly devoted to procedures of discovery that are scientifically useless and non-valid, as I've explained in several articles.
A few questions:
Why would elite players have run all these pandemic exercises, drills, planning sessions, and table-top simulations well in advance of the "outbreak," so that anyone with a computer could discover them in hours?
Why would a few of these exercises have openly named a coronavirus as the cause of the upcoming pandemic?
The plan all along was to dupe people into believing that a real virus was spreading across the globe.
The tabletop exercises, the drills, the exercises, the seminars, the announcement of the discovery of a new virus—all of these tactics were part and parcel of convincing people that the story of a new virus was real.
And if you doubt that so many researchers, planners, public health officials could be "in on the conspiracy," you're absolutely right. No need for conscious knowledge. 99.99 percent of the players are already true believers in THE VIRUS.