Code enforcement officers in the right-leaning area of California first investigated the warehouse back in March, which prompted local and federal authorities to get involved and launch a multi-agency investigation.
"It was pretty clear right off the bat that something was going on we didn't have a business license for," said Reedley City Manager Nicole Zieba. "They didn't have any city approvals; that building was supposed to be vacant."
Officers ultimately left the property because they did not have a warrant to do anything further after discovering a suspicious garden hose and numerous other covid violations, which rendered the site unsafe.
The city of Reedley did post "Unsafe to Occupy" signs around the property and ordered all individuals present to vacate. They then contacted the Fresno County Department of Public Health (FCDPH).
"That phone call launched an investigation that would eventually involve the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the FBI, the State Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), the State Department of Health, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and FCDPH, and would lead to the discovery of a lab that had been operating illegally in the city since October 2022," reported the MidValley Times about what transpired.
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After testing the various substances identified at the lab, authorities detected "at least 20 potentially infectious agents," according to NBC News.
The location at 850 I St. in Reedley is believed to have been producing medical devices that were being developed on-site. Such devices include tests for pregnancy and covid.
"Certain rooms of the warehouse were found to contain several vessels of liquid and various apparatus," court documents explain.
"Fresno County Public Health staff also observed blood, tissue and other bodily fluid samples and serums; and thousands of vials of unlabeled fluids and suspected biological material."
These same court documents explain that the hundreds of mice found at the site were being kept in inhuman conditions. All 773 of them were captured by the city and euthanized, while another 175 were found already dead inside the building.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), coronavirus, HIV, hepatitis, and herpes were among the 20 potentially infectious agents identified and outlined in a June 6 letter released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
It turns out the tenant at the building is Prestige BioTech, a Nevada-registered company whose alleged president is someone named Xiuquin Yao. Some suspect that the lab is Chinese owned and created to secretly operate in the United States.
The building contained covid and pregnancy tests, various vials of blood, and trace levels of multiple viruses including malaria, E. coli, and hepatitis.
"The lab was shut down immediately but investigators still have no idea where the test were being used," someone familiar with the matter tweeted. "The question now is why was a Chinese lab running in California without regulation, and did Newsom and his administration know anything about it?"
Officials in Reedley have repeatedly attempted to speak to representatives at Prestige, but to no avail. Neither Reedley nor the FCDPH has been able to obtain any substantive information from Yao about Prestige or why the infectious agents and mice were being stored at the facility other than to claim that the company was "developing diagnostic testing kits."
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