Here Comes the Hammer Again. Billions for Vaccines That May Not Work and May Not Even Be Needed. | Beaufort County Now | Millions of coronavirus vaccine doses are being manufactured, even before testing has been completed, the National Institutes of Health director said in an interview recently. | beaufort observer, donald trump, vaccines, coronavirus, covid-19, testing, july 9, 2020

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Here Comes the Hammer Again. Billions for Vaccines That May Not Work and May Not Even Be Needed.

    Commentary     Get ready for it. Here comes the next attack on President Trump. He has pushed for a Coronavirus vaccine at "Warp Speed" and it appears he'll get it because he's cut the red tape that is usually involved in getting a drug approved as safe. Let a few people die from these jump started vaccines and guess who will be to blame!

    The side story here, we will predict, will be the scandal about how much money was wasted on the vaccines.

    Remember, most of the cases coming now are among the younger populations. There are few deaths in that group because they generally do not have other complicating factors. So millions will get immunity not from a vaccine, but from exposure.

    When the general public gets its head out of the sand and realizes that catching COVID19 is no big deal unless you have complicating co-morbidity conditions wonder how many people will take these vaccines?

    Thomas Catenacci, writing at WND.com explains the story of the race for a vaccine:

  • Millions of coronavirus vaccine doses are being manufactured, even before testing has been completed, the National Institutes of Health director said in an interview recently.
  • Doses of potential vaccines are being made to shorten the time it traditionally takes to develop a drug for public use, director Dr. Francis Collins told Intelligencer. Collins said he is "guardedly optimistic" that at least one vaccine will pass through the large phase of trials by December.

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    Read the full article HERE on WND.com


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