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Who is Prenetics and what are they up to, especially in the UK? Let’s take a closer look. If you’re a football fan especially, stick with me here and I’ll try to give a useful summary of what I’ve found so far.

 

Prenetics, according to their LinkedIn page, is a “genetic testing and digital health company” who has “received over USD 50-million in strategic funding from Alibaba Hong Kong Entrepreneurs Fund, Ping An and more” (1) . They are based in Hong Kong (2).

 

On their LinkedIn page, if you click on their website, you will end up at a company page for CircleDNA (3). Scroll down a little on this website, and you will see a summary of their ‘COVID-19 Testing Initiative’:

 

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“Project Screen by Circle – a COVID-19 testing initiative providing a WHO-recommended solution to get diagnosed for COVID-19 in Hong Kong and in the UK - backed by philanthropic and operational support from a consortium of industry leaders, including Prenetics, The Doctors Laboratory, University of Birmingham, Xcelom, hpa SOCIAL and Beyond Ventures. Driven by a duty of responsibility, Project Screen aims to signify a collective response and commitment to the increased need for COVID-19 testing in Hong Kong and in the UK, by providing its community with easy, safe and accurate RT-PCR COVID-19 testing.”

 

There is a link at the bottom of the summary to “Learn more about Project Screen UK”. Now, here is where things get interesting. Click on that link and you end up at a much more slick website – Project Screen by Prenetics (UK official website):

 

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“Project Screen by Circle uses WHO-recommended testing technologies as part of a turnkey solution to enable key industries and sports leagues to return safely back to work and play. Our provision of testing services is delivered through private laboratories without placing any strain on governmental or front line testing capacity” (4).

 

There is an embedded video, front and centre, featuring Rio Ferdinand promoting the company’s Covid testing agenda. I dig some extra digging and discovered that the ex-footballer was hired by by Circle / Prenetics back in May 2020 (5).

 

But do you want to see a video even more creepy? You have to check this out. It’s specific to player testing for the English Premier league and is presented by a guy called Andrew Steele (wearing a face nappy of course). Scroll down and you’ll see the embedded video (6). And guess what?:

 

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“The collection pods were designed to be easily constructed and sterilized. For match days, the digital health passport system was developed to only allow people into the stadium who had a current COVID-19 test, taken in the last 5 days” (6).

 

That brings me to the health passport issue. It turns out, this company is MASSIVELY behind this agenda of the Digital Health Passport. On July 10, 2020, for example, they are cited by Sky Sports UK:

 

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“The company behind the Premier League’s COVID-19 testing programme says it has developed a system that will allow fans to return to stadiums soon. Prenetics - which has also delivered testing for the England cricket team - has created a 'digital health passport' which links testing history to an individual's mobile phone” (7).

 

They are also trialing a Digital Health Passport in partnership with Cathay Pacific airlines (8). And just as recently as November 9, 2020, it was reported by Fierce Biotech that Prenetics acquired a rapid Covid-19 test from Oxford University and it is already in place for screening passengers in London and Hong Kong (9).

 

Seriously, UK citizens need to keep a very close eye on this company as they seem to be deeply embedded in the Digital Tracking agenda. It would not surprise me at all if they are also associated with the Tony Blair Institute, who is also massively pushing the Digital Health Passport agenda (10).

 

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(1) Prenetics – LinkedIn [ https://www.linkedin.com/company/prenetics ]
(2) Prenetics – Facebook [ https://www.facebook.com/prenetics/ ]
(3) Circle DNA – Website [ https://circledna.com/en-au/ ]
(4) Project Screek UK – Website [ https://projectscreen.co.uk/ ]
(5) Rio Ferdinand hired by coronavirus testing company to convince Premier League players over safety – Sam Cunningham [ https://inews.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/rio-ferdinand-coronavirus-tests-testing-premier-league-project-restart-man-utd-428851 ]
(6) Premier League: Project Restart – Circle [ https://www.projectscreen.co.uk/case-studies/premier-league/ ]
(7) Premier League testing company Prenetics says digital health passport could allow fans return – James Cole [ https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11661/12025028/premier-league-testing-company-prenetics-says-digital-health-passport-could-allow-fans-return ]
(8) Cathay Pacific and Prenetics to trial digital health passport – CTC [ https://corporatetravelcommunity.com/cathay-pacific-and-prenetics-to-trial-digital-health-passport/ ]
(9) Oxford's rapid COVID-19 test acquired by Prenetics to screen airport passengers in London, Hong Kong – Conor Hale [ https://www.fiercebiotech.com/medtech/oxford-s-rapid-covid-19-test-acquired-by-prenetics-to-screen-airport-passengers-london-hong ]
(10) Tony Blair Institute for Global Change – Covid-19 [ https://institute.global/policy/covid-19/covid-19 ]

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Excellent research Darian, and thanks for sharing.

 

As a Rugby League fan and also a season ticket holder, this will affect me in a big way when they decide to “allow” crowds back to sporting occasions.

 

My first thought is this though: The Premier League has big enough crowds and enough money swilling about in the game to probably make all this work but the situation in lower leagues and rugby league is very different. Any significant drop in attendances due to factors associated with these measures could mean many clubs going under.

 

From my own point of view, am I willing to take a test or get vaccinated to be able to watch a sporting event?

 

ABSOLUTELY NOT - but you can bet there’ll be thousands that will – and this effectively makes a COVID pass or vaccination a requirement without actually making it compulsory or law.

 

And this ultimately is the plan... make “normal” life impossible for anyone refusing the jab so that eventually people will literally just “cave in” to enable them to do the things they want to do.

 

It’s a disgraceful and sinister tactic. 😡

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17 hours ago, HAARPING_On said:

Excellent research Darian, and thanks for sharing.

 

As a Rugby League fan and also a season ticket holder, this will affect me in a big way when they decide to “allow” crowds back to sporting occasions.

 

My first thought is this though: The Premier League has big enough crowds and enough money swilling about in the game to probably make all this work but the situation in lower leagues and rugby league is very different. Any significant drop in attendances due to factors associated with these measures could mean many clubs going under.

 

From my own point of view, am I willing to take a test or get vaccinated to be able to watch a sporting event?

 

ABSOLUTELY NOT - but you can bet there’ll be thousands that will – and this effectively makes a COVID pass or vaccination a requirement without actually making it compulsory or law.

 

And this ultimately is the plan... make “normal” life impossible for anyone refusing the jab so that eventually people will literally just “cave in” to enable them to do the things they want to do.

 

It’s a disgraceful and sinister tactic. 😡

 

I'm glad you found it useful, @HAARPING_On. Cheers. And good point about the lower leagues and the potential expenses. The company claims that:

 

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"... kits cost between $15 to $20, before labor costs for administering the test are taken into account. The tests are available in Heathrow Airport in London, and reportedly cost £80 ($103.48). That’s lower than the cost of many private PCR tests in the U.K." [ https://www.cnbc.com/2020/11/02/hong-kong-firm-says-its-rapid-covid-tests-are-comparable-to-pcr-tests.html ].

 

But even at this 'low cost,' if you multiply that by thousands or tens of thousands of fans, can the lower leagues really afford it on a sustained basis? Doubtful. But people like Tony Blair are adement that the rapid testing is a MUST:

 

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"... for six months, the government should organise the provision of the rapid tests which it is now accepted have a role to play, so that we're testing people rather than quarantining them for long periods, catching asymptomatic cases as well as those with symptoms present, and measuring infectiousness and not only those who have the virus. This needs full-scale organisation for schools, universities, workplaces and other categories to participate, which is not presently in place. This is in our view pre-conditional to any successful track and trace system." [ https://institute.global/policy/light-end-tunnel ].

 

So in all likelihood, perhaps the Government will be paying for the rugby fans to be tested by companies like Prenetics.

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17 hours ago, HAARPING_On said:

As a Rugby League fan and also a season ticket holder, this will affect me in a big way when they decide to “allow” crowds back to sporting occasions.

 

My first thought is this though: The Premier League has big enough crowds and enough money swilling about in the game to probably make all this work but the situation in lower leagues and rugby league is very different. Any significant drop in attendances due to factors associated with these measures could mean many clubs going under.

 

From my own point of view, am I willing to take a test or get vaccinated to be able to watch a sporting event?

 

 

PS. It's interesting that Tony Blair lists Professional sports as one of the "sectors and organisations identified as strategically important and/or where it is relatively easy to administer a large volume of tests, regularly, at scale" ( https://institute.global/policy/taking-uk-testing-strategy-next-level ).

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7 hours ago, DarianF said:

 

PS. It's interesting that Tony Blair lists Professional sports as one of the "sectors and organisations identified as strategically important and/or where it is relatively easy to administer a large volume of tests, regularly, at scale" ( https://institute.global/policy/taking-uk-testing-strategy-next-level ).

 

That's VERY interesting - I also note that Ticketmaster are already "drifting" information out into the public domain hinting that no-one will be able to attend a sporting event or pop concert next year (or possibly even buy one of their tickets) without a negative COVID test or digital immunity passport.

 

You can see where this is all going  - the vax / digital passport won't be mandatory but normal life will cease to be possible without it.

BUT ONLY IF WE ALL ACQUIESCE TO THIS FASCISM AND MEDICAL TYRANNY. 

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7 hours ago, HAARPING_On said:

 

That's VERY interesting - I also note that Ticketmaster are already "drifting" information out into the public domain hinting that no-one will be able to attend a sporting event or pop concert next year (or possibly even buy one of their tickets) without a negative COVID test or digital immunity passport.

 

You can see where this is all going  - the vax / digital passport won't be mandatory but normal life will cease to be possible without it.

BUT ONLY IF WE ALL ACQUIESCE TO THIS FASCISM AND MEDICAL TYRANNY. 

 

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"Under the plans, digital immunity passports will be used to allow people who have tested negative for the virus to return to work, to travel and to take part in other activities." [ https://www.digitalhealth.net/2020/09/digital-immunity-passports-part-of-governments-plans-to-ramp-up-testing/ ].

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Covd-19-Web-Banner-GetTested.png

 

@HAARPING_On Notice the image above - in the right hand corner. They're programming people to accept the concept of your immunity status being displayed on a digital smartphone app ( this is Australia – https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19 ). Exactly the same as Prenetics is promoting in the UK (as above).

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Well, well. Andrew Steele. There you are. I've been looking for you:

 

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"Andrew is a former Olympian and professional athlete. As head of product and professional sport at DNAfit, he shows people how to use their genetic information to get the best results from their training... DNAfit is proud to be part of the Prenetics Group" https://www.dnafit.com/au/about/

 

Andrew Steele, as featured in this video: https://www.projectscreen.co.uk/case-studies/premier-league/

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On 11/12/2020 at 10:18 PM, HAARPING_On said:

That's VERY interesting - I also note that Ticketmaster are already "drifting" information out into the public domain hinting that no-one will be able to attend a sporting event or pop concert next year (or possibly even buy one of their tickets) without a negative COVID test or digital immunity passport.

 

@HAARPING_On You were right about Ticketmaster. Just found this one:

 

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"Ticketmaster may be changing the landscape of how you attend events in the near future by requiring concert-goers have a health passport verifying their vaccination status. Just one more thing on the laundry list of items you will need before heading out to that event: keys, mask, hand sanitizer, and now a negative COVID-19 test." https://www.govtech.com/health/Ticketmaster-Considers-Health-Passports-for-Event-Entry.html

 

Thanks for the tip. I'll keep an eye on these developments.

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8 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Gonna have a look into this guy and see if I can dig anything up.

 

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https://www.biometricupdate.com/202007/how-biometrics-digital-health-credentials-could-save-sports-large-event-venues

 

He seems to have his tentacles in a lot of shady sounding ventures.

 

He's gonna be as dodgy as the day is long, slight read here before the paywall steps in, but looks like he's already been in court for making deceptive health claims....

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2020/05/19/exclusive-chief-executive-premier-leagues-coronavirus-test-provider/

 

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He's gonna be as dodgy as the day is long, slight read here before the paywall steps in, but looks like he's already been in court for making deceptive health claims....

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2020/05/19/exclusive-chief-executive-premier-leagues-coronavirus-test-provider/

 

 

Yikes, thanks for sharing.

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Good read on the man, and you'll find all boxes ticked for fast tracking to international psychopathy.

 

https://www.thesouthafrican.com/lifestyle/uk-premier-league-project-restart-prenetics-avi-lasarow/

 

Lasarow is no stranger to innovative health solutions which boast an international profile.

 

He founded Trimega, another UK medtech company which also sold for seven figures in 2012. Trimega garnered acclaim in the UK for aiding social services child support teams to establish when it is safe for vulnerable children to return to their homes. 

At the time, addiction issues were rife in many homes, and the need arose to medically validate whether parents who underwent rehabilitation to reunite with their families, were indeed “clean”. 

 

As is the case with many entrepreneurs, Lasarow was not born with the proverbial silver spoon in his mouth. He grew up in a liberal household with strong family ties and strong focus on getting a good education. 

The young Lasarow’s academic achievements in a South African government school opened the door for him to attend a private school in the US for a while. 

By then he already displayed a keen interest in technology and – like one of his heroes, Bill Gates – one would find him at three in the morning glued to the screen of one of the school computers when it was free. 

And just like Gates – although Lasarow does not press the analogy – he bade formal education farewell at a young age. In fact, at the age of 16, he was convinced that neither school nor university at that time could add any value to the skills he earned in the early morning hours in the school computer room.

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“Lifestyle genetics pioneer” Lasarow has a long track record of settling out of court over such issues, including a lawsuit brought by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission in 2015, which accused Lasarow Healthcare Technologies Ltd., aka L Health Ltd., and two other defendants of making false or unsubstantiated claims regarding a “melanoma detection” app. As part of that settlement, Lasarow was “prohibited from making any misleading or unsubstantiated claims about the health benefits or efficacy of any product or service.”

 

https://www.globalresearch.ca/new-covid-19-security-measures-make-health-prerequisite-travel/5728307

 

A long track record?

 

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Two articles from within last week:

 

Prenetics mentioned again. Rapid test and PCR test 'options' for players (not like they can refuse either):

https://trainingground.guru/articles/mark-gillett-lowdown-on-premier-leagues-new-rapid-testing-regime

 

Another recent one from Hong Kong (how close are these government ties to the CCP?):

"Prenetics was one of the first private laboratories in Hong Kong to team up with the government to provide testing services, including an initiative to conduct tests for high-risk groups, such as restaurant staff. It has also made an agreement with the English Premier League to provide 40,000 tests for soccer players, coaches and other staff, and has also made the test available in England, through its London office." https://www.scmp.com/presented/tech/innovation/topics/worlds-lab/article/3108541/3-hong-kong-hi-tech-firms-rapid

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Good read on the man, and you'll find all boxes ticked for fast tracking to international psychopathy.

 

https://www.thesouthafrican.com/lifestyle/uk-premier-league-project-restart-prenetics-avi-lasarow/

 

Lasarow is no stranger to innovative health solutions which boast an international profile.

 

He founded Trimega, another UK medtech company which also sold for seven figures in 2012. Trimega garnered acclaim in the UK for aiding social services child support teams to establish when it is safe for vulnerable children to return to their homes. 

At the time, addiction issues were rife in many homes, and the need arose to medically validate whether parents who underwent rehabilitation to reunite with their families, were indeed “clean”. 

 

As is the case with many entrepreneurs, Lasarow was not born with the proverbial silver spoon in his mouth. He grew up in a liberal household with strong family ties and strong focus on getting a good education. 

The young Lasarow’s academic achievements in a South African government school opened the door for him to attend a private school in the US for a while. 

By then he already displayed a keen interest in technology and – like one of his heroes, Bill Gates – one would find him at three in the morning glued to the screen of one of the school computers when it was free. 

And just like Gates – although Lasarow does not press the analogy – he bade formal education farewell at a young age. In fact, at the age of 16, he was convinced that neither school nor university at that time could add any value to the skills he earned in the early morning hours in the school computer room.

 

This guy's eyes are really dark. Take a look (the cricket bat photo). Something really off with this bloke:

 

Prenetics develops digital ‘health passport’ for international cricket board

https://www.thesouthafrican.com/news/prenetics-testing-covid-19-international-cricket/

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Update: Prenetics is now spreading its tentacles to The Bahamas, according to a recent article in the The Bahamas Tribune. Here is an extract:

 

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"The breakthrough comes from Hong Kong-based genetic testing firm Prenetics which has obtained the global rights to what it says is a rapid coronavirus test comparable with the “gold standard” of PCR testing. Prenetics’ tests, which were developed by researchers from Oxford University return results in 30 minutes with near 100 percent accuracy in both symptomatic and asymptomatic patients. Multiple companies which have released rapid tests detect proteins on the surface of the virus. PCR tests and Prenetics’ tests detect genetic material from the virus and are much more accurate. Prenetics is part of a global network of governments and companies collaborating to reopen borders safely, seeking to ramp up testing in airports to boost travellers’ confidence, kick-starting trade and tourists. Its key partner is the Commons Project, a Switzerland-based non-profit organisation backed by the Rockefeller Foundation, that is working to bring together governments from Rwanda to Colombia to tackle the coronavirus. The Commons Project is leading the push for use of the digital health passport for travellers to document their COVID-19 test results. With those countries signed up to the Prenetics test and the digital passport ‘bubbles’ will be created allowing passengers to move freely between these nations without any need for quarantine – a massive leap forward for countries like The Bahamas dependent on tourism. The Tribune understands Prenetics’ tests are now being considered by the Minnis government."

Source: http://www.tribune242.com/news/2020/nov/17/new-star-weapon-tackle-covid-19/

 

 

FYI: @EnigmaticWorld

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"The global non-profit initiative CommonTrust Network’s airport labs include XpresCheck (JFK, EWR, BOS), Collinson (LHR, LGW) and Prenetics (HKG).Commons Project Foundation CEO Paul Meyer said: “The members of the CommonTrust Network are coming together to implement an inclusive global network designed to empower individuals with digital access to their health information so they can protect and improve their health, and demonstrate their health status to safely return to travel, work, school, and life while protecting their data privacy."

https://www.aerospace-technology.com/news/aci-commomtrust-network-airlines/

 

"The World Economic Forum and The Commons Project Foundation welcome Airports Council International (ACI) World as a member of the CommonTrust Network. CommonTrust Network airlines JetBlue, Lufthansa, Swiss International Airlines, United Airlines, Virgin Atlantic to begin roll-out of CommonPass to passengers in December from New York, Boston, London, and Hong Kong. CommonPass lets individuals demonstrate their COVID status while protecting their data privacy. The CommonTrust Network is a global non-profit initiative to empower individuals with digital access to health information, including lab results and vaccination records. The CommonTrust Network includes hundreds of health systems covering thousands of locations in the United States and a growing network of labs and health care providers around the world. CommonTrust Network airport labs include XpresCheck (JFK, EWR, BOS), Collinson (LHR, LGW) and Prenetics (HKG)."

https://us.acrofan.com/detail.php?number=380507

 

FYI: @EnigmaticWorld

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China projected to see boom in DNA testing

http://global.chinadaily.com.cn/a/202001/08/WS5e157458a310cf3e355833a3.html

 

The UK launch of CircleDNA

https://medium.com/@DNAFit/the-uk-launch-of-circledna-3484abdcb3f3

 

Chinese funded DNA data company in control of COVID testing and digital health passports in the UK. Mmmmm. What could possibly go wrong 🤔

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Adding this article (relevant to the unfolding digital health / immunity passport agenda). Credit to @FVCK BILLY G4TES

 

UK's Covid vaccine minister suggests bars, cinemas and football stadiums could BAN Brits who haven't had jab as he admits No10 is looking at 'immunity passports'

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9000479/Test-Trace-working-making-immunity-passports.html

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