Thank you for your request dated 25 July 2020 in which you asked the
Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC):
Subject: Freedom of Information request – Full, accurate and complete
disclosure of SARSCOV-2 virus records
Please provide a full, accurate and complete list of records held within
your office, and or under your authority, describing the isolation of a
SARS-COV-2 virus, directly taken from a symptomatic patient of
COVID-19 where the sample was not first combined with any other
source of genetic material (not limited but by way of example
monkey kidney cells, aka vero cells, liver cancer cells) thereby
eliminating contamination as a possible alternative source of sampling.
Please note isolation is used in the normally understood meaning of
the word – the act of separating a thing from another.
I am not referring, and hence not requesting, to isolation meaning the
culture of something else, the performance of an amplification test
(eg PCR test which only detect mRNA or DNA) or the sequencing of
“something”. If any records match the above description and are
available to the public elsewhere, please provide enough information
so that I may identify and access each record with certainty (i.e. title,
author(s), date, journal, and weblink or location where the public may
I remind you full, accurate and complete disclosure is required.
Your request has been handled under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
DHSC does not hold information on the isolation of a SARS-COV-2 virus
And there you have it. NO information on the isolation of this deadly virus.
SARS-COV-2 (COVID-19) does not exist.