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This man predicted COVID-19 in 2013; proof will blow your mind!

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 10 May 2021, 13:22 IST
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The coronavirus pandemic has changed our lifestyle and also engulfed the world in its grip. Due to COVID-19, hand sanitizers, face masks have become an important part of our life.

The second wave of the coronavirus in India has broken world records in daily reported COVID cases. However, most of the countries are still battling against the deadly virus. No one could predict that when this bad phase will end. However, it seems like one man has already predicted the Coronavirus in 2013.

A tweet by a random user is doing viral on social media which claimed that predicted COVID in 2013.

“Corona virus….it’s coming, " a user named @Marco_Acorte posted on Twitter.


However, there is no detail about the coronavirus was mentioned by the user. The tweet has raised many eyebrows that how this man knows about the deadly virus in 2013.

Though coronavirus has its existence long before 2020 and even before 2013.

A study from China also surfaced on the Internet wherein Chinese scientists and health officials are discussing a “new era of genetic weapons” that could be “artificially manipulated into an emerging human disease virus, then weaponized and unleashed.” The viral document was allegedly written in 2015 which means 5 years before the pandemic hit the world.

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The document titled, “The Unnatural Origin of SARS and New Species of Man-Made Viruses as Genetic Bioweapons’, claimed that the third world war would be fought with biological weapons. It is quite shocking as Chinese scientists were discussing the weaponization of SARS coronavirus five years before the COVID-19 pandemic casualties across the globe.

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First published: 10 May 2021, 13:18 IST