Monday, May 11, 2020

Top Scientists, Millionaires and Industrialists are Secretly Working to Prevent Coronavirus in America

Top Scientists, Millionaires and Industrialists are Secretly Working to Prevent Coronavirus in America

A group of the country's top scientists, millionaires and industrialists are secretly working together to prevent coronavirus in America. The Wall Street Journal reports that the group is working in secret. They have the right plan to prevent the coronavirus epidemic. They are working behind the scenes

A group of the country's top scientists, millionaires and industrialists are secretly working together to prevent coronavirus in America. The Wall Street Journal reports that the group is working in secret. They have the right plan to prevent the coronavirus epidemic. They are working behind the scenes every day to get that plan to the White House.

The covert operation is seen by members of the group as a lockdown-era Manhattan project that helped World War II scientists build atomic bombs. But this time they are using their knowledge and a lot of money to spread uninterrupted ideas in this corona prevention project.

Tom Cahill, 33 years old is leading the secret team to prevent the Covid-19. He has a PhD from Duke University. It is learned that Tom Cahill is constantly working secretly with President Donald Trump's Corona team on this issue. The team also includes a chemical biologist, an immunobiologist, a neurobiologist, a chronobiologist, a cancer specialist, a gastroenterologist, an epidemiologist and a nuclear scientist. One of the key scientists in this project is Nobel Prize-winning biologist Michael Rosbash. He received the Nobel Prize in Biology in 2017. "I am the least qualified person in this team, I can't wait to say that" he said.

The secretive group has produced a 17-page report calling on the federal government to take more unconventional measures against this virus. One of these is to treat patients infected with corona with powerful drugs previously used against Ebola.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Francis Collins, director of the U.S. National Institutes of Health, agrees with most of the group's recommendations. The report has been passed on to Mike Pence, a member of the cabinet and head of the administration's coronavirus taskforce.