Great Britain's Serco Group approved the patent filing for the Chinese Virus a full 17 months before it first appeared, and the entities listed as its creators are many of the usual suspects: DARPA, Bill and Melinda Gates, Defra, the Wellcome Trust and the European Commission.
A filing with the United States Patent Office also lists The Pirbright Institute as a funder of the Wuhan Flu. Pirbright, as we reported before this whole thing spiraled out of control, is directly funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates "nonprofit."
That patent, dated for approval Nov. 20, 2018, clearly states that the "assignee" of "coronavirus" is "THE PIRBRIGHT INSTITUTE (Woking, Pirbright, Great Britain), funded by Wellcome Trust, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, EU."
This patent was filed on Jan. 23, 2017, which actually means that the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) was drummed up almost three years prior to when the news started reporting on its spread in Wuhan, and later throughout the rest of the world.
"The coronavirus patent was issued in just 17 months from initial filing – that's almost unheard-of speed – with very little objection back from SERCO (U.K.)-managed patent examiner Bao Q. Li," reports State of the Nation.
Pirbright Prof. Bryan Charleston assigned to "develop novel vaccines"
Pirbright employs a professor by the name of Bryan Charleston who is listed on the school's website as a Wellcome Trust Scholar and Post-doctoral fellow who has helped provide "advice and expertise on the design of infectious disease challenge models for a wide range of pathogens in important agricultural species."