“No Responsive Documents” From Any One Any Where in the World for SARS CoV - 19
Published: 3032, August 30
Author: Ramola D
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Report & Op-ed | Ramola D | August 30, 2021 Stating “The Department has no responsive records to your request,” the Massachusetts Department of Public Health responded to a FOIA request under Massachusetts Public Records Law made on August 10, 2021 by this reporter requesting information on all scientific white papers and studies related to the isolation of the “SARS-COV-2 Virus/COVID-19 Virus” and the “Delta Variant” in human beings, essentially admitting it has no information on the much-propagandized virus on the basis of which the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has held the state hostage since last spring, issuing a number of COVID restrictions and absurd mandates and guidances which curtail the Constitutionally-protected freedoms and rights of all Americans living in Massachusetts–-and which still do so, especially targeting public-transportation users, retail-workers, healthcare-workers, college students, and schoolchildren.
Signed by Gillian Haney, MPH, Director of Office of Integrated Surveillance and Informatics Services (ISIS) Bureau of Infectious Disease and Laboratory Sciences, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the full response as well as request made can be viewed at Muckrock.com, here.
Screenshots, Letter from MDPH, available here at Muckrock
Prior to this, the Office of the Governor of Massachusetts also reported to this FOIA requester that “no records that fall within the scope of (the) request” could be found on their premises, and referenced the Mass. Dept. of Public Health instead as the place to further query. That 8/11/2021 response–to a request identical in wording to this one–from the Governor’s office can be found at Muckrock here. Screenshot, Letter from Office of Governor, Massachusetts in response to FOI request for information on virus isolate, available at Muckrock here:
Screenshot, Letter from Office of Governor, Massachusetts in response to FOI request for information on virus isolate, available at Muckrock here.
Additionally, the CDC has now returned a final response (dated 8/11/2021) to this reporter, conceding they have no information related to the purified isolate of the SARS-COV-2 virus on Koch’s or Rivers postulates.
The correspondence with the CDC was more detailed, since program staff sought to convince this FOIA requester that viruses could only be identified from growth in cell culture–a deviation from the classic microbiology (and commonsense) requirements for virus isolation -
–to which this writer responded with a confirmatory letter, all of which will be reported in a separate article, but can be read anytime in full at Muckrock here.
It can be stated here that the CDC, by this August 11, 2021 response, is also unable to provide any information on a purified isolate of the SARS-COV-2/COVID-19 virus or Delta Variant and is now directing queries misleadingly to posts of inadequate genome-sequencing information online.
There is NO ACTUAL PURIFIED ISOLATE!
Please note, what is being termed a genome-sequencing of SARS-COV-2 online by many is not an actual genome-sequencing from an actual purified isolate of SARS-COV-2, which has not been purified in isolate at all, as these Health departments acknowledge.
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