Dit artikel is gepubliceerd door prof.dr. Roland Wiesendanger van de Universiteit van Hamburg in zijn

Studie zum Ursprung der Coronavirus-Pandemie (february 2021)

Het voorwoord van dat artikel van Wiesendanger staat hieronder weergegeven:

De huidige studie over de oorsprong van de coronaviruspandemie werd uitgevoerd aan de Universiteit van Hamburg van 1 januari 2020 tot 31 december 2020. De eerste tussentijdse resultaten van dit onderzoek zijn op 5 mei 2020 bekend gemaakt in een persbericht. Sindsdien zijn via internationale uitwisseling van informatie verdere essentiële bevindingen en documenten verzameld. Dit document is gefinaliseerd op 6 januari 2021. Het werd aanvankelijk uitsluitend in wetenschappelijke kringen verspreid en besproken. Op 12 februari 2021 werd het vrijgeven voor publicatie gegeven als basis voor een brede discussie onder de bevolking, die gezien het belang van het onderwerp op feiten moet worden gebaseerd en in toekomstige besluitvormingsprocessen moet worden meegenomen. (voorwoord bij de studie, vertaald uit het Duits)

In de studie is een open brief opgenomen:

Open Letter to the WHO COVID-19 International Investigation Team


Prof. Dr. Thea Fisher, MD, DMSc(PhD) (Nordsjællands Hospital, Denmark)
Prof. John Watson (Public Health England, United Kingdom)
Prof. Dr. Marion Koopmans, DVM PhD (Erasmus MC, Netherlands)
Prof. Dr. Dominic Dwyer, MD (Westmead Hospital, Australia)
Vladimir Dedkov, Ph.D (Institut Pasteur, Russia)
Dr. Hung Nguyen, PhD (International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Vietnam)
PD. Dr. med vet. Fabian Lendertz (Robert Koch-Institute, Germany)
Dr. Peter Daszak, Ph.D (EcoHealth Alliance, USA)
Dr. Farag El Moubasher, Ph.D (Ministry of Public Health, Qatar)
Prof. Dr. Ken Maeda, PhD, DVM (National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Japan)
Copy to: Peter K. Ben Embarek Scientist – Programme Manager at World Health
Organization.


Dear Fellow Scientists,
The COVID-19 pandemic has been ravaging the world for over a year now and it is showing
no sign of easing in many countries, with infection cases and death tolls continuing to climb.
Millions of our brothers and sisters have lost their loved ones, their jobs, businesses, livelihoods
and education opportunities. The economies of many nations have been severely compromised,
resulting in great tribulation for many sectors, with many closed or bankrupt businesses and
millions of unemployed.
Sadly today, we are all still as clueless as to the origins of COVID-19 as we were 10 months
ago, despite numerous scientific studies and research conducted around the world since then.
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We are glad that the WHO is able to form an investigation team of 10 international experts
sitting in the East to undertake the task of unravelling these mysteries and take us from darkness
to light.
We, the concerned people around the world, on behalf of all those who have died, widowers,
widows, distressed sons, daughters and orphans, therefore call on you to conduct the
investigation with transparency, impartiality and bravery without bowing to any pressure or
national interest.
Such an investigation, to be both credible and successful must take into consideration all
scenarios in a scientific way without giving preference to any default hypothesis, however
disturbing this may be.
In support of this investigation, a dedicated group of researchers in various parts of the world
have spent months unearthing documents, web pages, papers, and reports to compile a list of
relevant and as yet unanswered questions about the origins of COVID-19.
We therefore call on the WHO investigation team to answer the following questions which we
feel are of paramount importance to a successful investigation into the origins of SARS-COV2.
We wish you success and thank you sincerely for your endeavours in search of the truth!
From Concerned People of the World


“Every human being is entitled to know the truth of the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic”

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