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(LifeSiteNews) — U.K. scientists at a high-security government laboratory have begun developing vaccines for a potential future pandemic. 

Two-hundred scientists are currently working on vaccines against an unknown “Disease X” at the Porton Down laboratory in Wiltshire, England, according to a Sky News report. 

The high-security laboratory was a testing facility for injections against new COVID variants, and “they are now extending that work, to account for what might be the next pandemic,” Sky News reporter Thomas Moore stated in a video report. 

“They don’t know what it will be, a virus or bacteria, or some other pathogen, so it’s just called disease X,” Moore explained. 

Bird flu is considered the most likely candidate to cause the “next pandemic” by the scientists working at the lab. They are furthermore developing vaccines against a potential outbreak of monkeypox and hantavirus, a disease that primarily occurs in rodents. 

The laboratory reportedly successfully developed “the world’s first vaccine against Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever, a disease that’s spread by ticks and has a fatality rate of 30%.” The tropical disease is viewed as a potential global pandemic threat as it is allegedly becoming more common in Europe due to “climate change,” according to Moore’s report. 

“They are scanning the horizon for threads to try and develop vaccines that might be needed in the future,” the Sky News journalist said. “They’ll have them on the shelf if you like, if there is an outbreak, they can take them down and develop a vaccine within a hundred days. Now bear in mind that it took 360 days to develop a COVID vaccine and that was extraordinarily quick. Next time, they are going to go quicker still, because COVID really taught us, that a pandemic can spread around the globe very quickly.”   

Professor Jenny Harries, head of the U.K. Health Security Agency, told Sky News that developing a vaccine within 100 days “would be unheard of.” 

“It would normally take five or 10 years,” Harries said. “For COVID it was around 360 days. So this is a really high ambition. But for some viruses, it is definitely possible.” 

READ: Swiss study finds that COVID vaccine heart injury up to 20 times more common than previously claimed 

Globalists preparing for a new pandemic 

Since the coronavirus outbreak in 2020 and the subsequent draconian lockdown policies, leading globalists like Bill Gates have been continuously warning about the “next pandemic.” 

During a 2023 World Economic Forum (WEF) panel discussion fittingly titled “100 Days to Outrace the Next Pandemic,” former British prime minister Tony Blair predicted that vaccines for future pandemics will require “multiple shots.” Blair called for digital infrastructure “to know who has been vaccinated and who hasn’t been.” 

A few months later, the European Union (EU) and the World Health Organization (WHO) announced a partnership to create a “global system” of vaccine passports built on the EU’s “system of digital COVID-19 certification.” 

READ: WHO, EU announce partnership creating ‘global system’ of digital vaccine passports 

Moreover, the head of a “nudge unit” employed by the U.K. government during the COVID crisis said in a recent interview that lockdowns would be accepted by the population in future pandemics because people already “know what the drill is.” 

Professor David Halpern from the Behavioural Insights Team (the “nudge unit”) admitted that his agency used psychological manipulation to prime the population and defended the use of fear-based messaging “in extreme circumstances.” He said that visual prompts and catchy slogans can be used to prime people if they “are wrongly calibrated.” 

READ: Psychological conditioning will make future lockdowns acceptable to public, UK expert says