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Dear Public Health England,
I am requesting FOI in regards to sars-cov-2 & i would appreciate it if you could give me the relevant information i require under the freedom of information act.

I would like any records you hold about sars-cov-2.
*proof that the virus been isolated in a lab.
* proof of what is in the vaccine.
*proof that masks aren't a danger to peoples health & stops the spread of the virus.
* proof that social distancing works stopping the spread of the virus.
* proof that the vaccine is safe & effective and all the relevant information to show how you come to this conclusion.

Will look forward to your response

Yours faithfully,
Jenna lunn

FOI, Public Health England


Dear Jenna Lunn,

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Dear Jenna Lunn,


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Yours sincerely,


FOI Team

Public Accountability Unit




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