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Vaccine Data War 2021 - AstraZeneca Useless against Variants (General)

by dulan drift, Monday, February 08, 2021, 17:12 (16 days ago)

(continuation from here: http://formosahut.com/forum/index.php?id=2549)

As you note, Covid vaccines are on this same path. When you filter through all the triumphant drug propaganda you get to this:

"The Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine does not appear to offer protection against mild and moderate disease caused by the viral variant first identified in South Africa, according to a study due to be published on Monday.

In both the human trials and tests on the blood of those vaccinated, the jab showed significantly reduced efficacy against the 501Y.V2 viral variant, which is dominant in South Africa, according to the randomised, double-blind study."

"Nineteen of the 748 people in the group that was given the vaccine were infected with the new variant, compared with 20 out of 714 people in the group that was given a placebo."

We deduced as such from the equivocating language used for several weeks regarding effectiveness against variants - now it's finally being admitted...

"Shortly after South Africa received one million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine, disappointing trial results showed it’s ineffective against the country’s variant."

Another example of the experts gilding the lily/spreading misinformation to suit their own vested interests?

If it doesn't work against variants - it doesn't work against Covid. Might vaguely slow it down on a few graphs for a few months but not ultimately. But still works as a money-spinner just fine - in fact it works even better.

"More than one billion doses are due to go to low- and middle-income countries."

Even now, any admission of inefficacy is hurriedly followed by the claim that they will provide an update "patch" that may or may not work.

"Experts say vaccines could be redesigned and tweaked."

Then we'll provide another redesign when that redesign doesn't work and so on...

Will these new vaccines go through all the trials - or will we skip that bit?

How about those who have already taken the useless one? Do they take another one? What's the effect of taking multiple vaccines in a short timeframe? Especially on the elderly - the ones we're trying to protect?

How about your Vaccine Passport? For travel and getting a job etc? If you've taken the useless one, does that still count?

In GoF experiments viruses will be artificially subjected to immune pressure to get them to mutate - did the immune pressure applied through the trials contribute to the creation of new variants? The trials were conducted in SA, Brazil, and the UK - all these places have produced successful variants - is that a coincidence?

Or should we just shut up now and take it?


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