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Marburg Virus PCR Tests Coming Soon?

WLTReport has warned you about Marburg Virus for a long time and the possibility of it becoming the next scamdemic.

Recent developments raise further suspicions that something nefarious is going on behind the scenes.

Somehow, I don’t think the Sudanese biolab seizure is an accident.

Biological Lab Seized in Sudan, WHO Says “High Risk of Biological Hazard”

The timing of this is extremely suspect.

The World Health Organization admitted the lab held samples of dangerous pathogens such as polio, measles, and cholera.

What else?

What other pathogen samples did this lab possess?

Marburg Virus?

From the NIH:

More broadly, Ebola virus and Sudan virus are part of the Filoviridae family, which also includes the viruses which cause Marburg disease. There are two known viruses which can cause Marburg in humans and nonhuman primates. Like Ebola, Marburg symptoms can include fever, muscle aches, weakness, diarrhea and vomiting, and severe bleeding. In severe cases, Marburg can be fatal.

Virax Biolabs Group, a United Kingdom-based biotech company, announced it entered an agreement for the distribution of Marburg Virus PCR testing kits.

From PRNewswire:

The Marburg Virus Real Time PCR Kit is an in-vitro diagnostic test, based on real-time PCR technology, for the detection of ribonucleic acid (better known as RNA) from the Marburg Virus. The Company intends to launch the kit into areas accepting a CE mark.

Virax's Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, James Foster commented, "We are committed to developing and distributing innovative diagnostic tools to combat infectious diseases. Our Marburg Virus PCR testing kit is a significant step forward in our mission to improve global health."

The Marburg Virus Disease is a highly virulent disease which causes hemorrhagic fever and requires assessment under the International Health Regulations by the World Health Organization. Given the severity of the disease, the use of accurate and reliable test kits is critical to ensure the best possible outcomes for individuals affected by the disease, as well as for safeguarding public health more broadly.


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