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The Cloverdale Virus is the fifth of Sarah's Lab Notes. It is automatically rewarded in We Couldn't Take the Risk.

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Sarah's lab notes about going back to Cloverdale and her role creating the virus that infected the world.

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Lab note two one zero. Felt really strange — going back to Cloverdale — to the labs. Finally getting a look inside the clean room — God, what I wouldn't give to have access to that lab right now. But at least I have a DNA sequencer. I can finally do this.

I told Deacon everything — what happened back then. That my research was a part of it. The virus. He didn't have much to say, but — I guess — I mean, Jesus — what could he say? Oh, I dunno, maybe I shouldn't have told him. But I had to. I just had to.

Jesus, the clean room. The Cloverdale super secret lab — they had culture jars — filled with fetal tissue samples. Hard to verify, and I didn't want — but we had to get back, so — I didn't. But there were a lot — a lot. Human, fetal, dog, cat, horse — mammals mostly, it looked like.

One of the sample storage cases was broken. It — it looked like — like the low-pressure mercury vapor tube was disconnected and — I mean, that's how the virus got out. God, Gorman was such an idiot. I mean, how long was he a research intern? And he still didn't know clean-room protocol?

Wait, wait — why was I making this recording? I was — the DNA sequencer — oh, fuck it. I killed Jim Moore. He and his asshole security team murdered — they murdered — my colleagues — my friends. I mean, they were just trying to save their families for Christ's sake. And you what I did? I put my gun in his Goddamn face and I pulled the trigger. Just like that. And I didn't feel a Goddamn thing.

We got stranded in the snow — on the way back from Cloverdale. Deacon — we — I don't know. I don't know, I mean — maybe it can be like it was.

Oh, God, Sarah. The DNA sequencer. Okay. All — all I need — is a live test subject. To — to test the serum. A live test subject — I know just the one.

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