Proof.

P Newton made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to NHS England

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NHS England Nid oedd gan y wybodaeth y gofynnwyd amdani.

Dear NHS England,
This is a request for information pursuant s.1 Freedom of Information Act ACT 2000.

Ground 1 - Evidence to prove SARS-COV-2 virus.

Produce any recorded information to evince that the Department of Health and Social Care have acquired scientific evidence proving that the so called SARS-COV-2 virus has been isolated and purified in reference laboratories run by Public Health England under Professor Zambon (Imperial College London and Sage member).

Ground 2 – Evidence to prove Covid-19 disease.

Produce any recorded information to evince that the Department of Health and Social Care have acquired scientific evidence proving that the so called COVID-19 disease has been isolated and purified in reference laboratories run by Public Health England under Professor Zambon (Imperial College London and Sage member).

Ground 3 – Evidence to prove causality between the alleged new novel SARS-COV-2 coronavirus and the purported COVID-19 disease.

Produce any recorded information to evince that the Department of Health and Social Care have acquired scientific evidence proving that SARS- COV-2 is the cause of the COVID-19 disease so as to fulfil all of the requirements of Rivers Postulates (1973).

Ground 4 – Evidence to prove transmission capability of SARS-COV-2 novel coronavirus.

Produce any recorded information to evince that the Department of Health and Social Care have acquired scientific evidence of clinical study to prove that the purported SARS-COV-2 new novel coronavirus is capable of transmission between like species.

Ground 5 – Evidence to prove spread.

Produce any recorded information to evince that the Department of Health and Social Care have acquired scientific evidence of clinical study to prove that the unproven SARS-COV-2 virus is capable of being spread, so as to decree whether alive in the air, alive on surfaces, alive in droplets, and/or something other.

Yours faithfully,

P Newton

CONTACTUS, England (NHS ENGLAND & NHS IMPROVEMENT - X24), NHS England

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FOITEAMCRMMAILBOX (NHS ENGLAND & NHS IMPROVEMENT - X24), NHS England

Dear P Newton,  

Thank you for your communications dated 23 August 2020.

NHS England has assessed your communication as a request under the Freedom
of Information (FOI) Act 2000. As such, your request is being dealt with
under the terms of the FOI Act, and has been allocated the following
reference number: FOI- 2008-1235027.

Your exact request was:

“This is a request for information pursuant s.1 Freedom of Information Act
ACT 2000.

Ground 1 - Evidence to prove SARS-COV-2 virus. Produce any recorded
information to evince that the Department of Health and Social Care have
acquired scientific evidence proving that the so called SARS-COV-2 virus
has been isolated and purified in reference laboratories run by Public
Health England under Professor Zambon (Imperial College London and Sage
member).

Ground 2 – Evidence to prove Covid-19 disease. Produce any recorded
information to evince that the Department of Health and Social Care have
acquired scientific evidence proving that the so called COVID-19 disease
has been isolated and purified in reference laboratories run by Public
Health England under Professor Zambon (Imperial College London and Sage
member).

Ground 3 – Evidence to prove causality between the alleged new novel
SARS-COV-2 coronavirus and the purported COVID-19 disease. Produce any
recorded information to evince that the Department of Health and Social
Care have acquired scientific evidence proving that SARS- COV-2 is the
cause of the COVID-19 disease so as to fulfil all of the requirements of
Rivers Postulates (1973).

Ground 4 – Evidence to prove transmission capability of SARS-COV-2 novel
coronavirus. Produce any recorded information to evince that the
Department of Health and Social Care have acquired scientific evidence of
clinical study to prove that the purported SARS-COV-2 new novel
coronavirus is capable of transmission between like species.

Ground 5 – Evidence to prove spread. Produce any recorded information to
evince that the Department of Health and Social Care have acquired
scientific evidence of clinical study to prove that the unproven
SARS-COV-2 virus is capable of being spread, so as to decree whether alive
in the air, alive on surfaces, alive in droplets, and/or something other.”

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Department of Health and Social Care
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London
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Online:          
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