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"Safer" covid vaccines coming

by anonymous - 2021-01-30 - ( life / health / covid )

If you haven't been locked down at home and haven't gotten covid yet, you're probably immune.

But, if you need a vaccine for government reasons, wait awhile. You can get a single-jab non-mRNA vaccine that, according to Johnson & Johnson, is proving more effective than the dangerous ones.

See here: johnson-johnson-announces-single-shot-janssen-covid-19-vaccine

And here: novavax-covid-19-vaccine

DISCLAIMER: We are not medical professionals but can read what they say in the various articles linked on this site. Think for yourself. Make up your own mind.

UPDATE: I thought the J&J vaccine was not mRNA, but it appears it's similar, and maybe as bad or worse:

"It works by using a genetically modified virus, called an adenovirus, to deliver DNA into cells. Once it is inside, the DNA instructs the cell to create replicas of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein. These spike proteins teach the immune system to be on the lookout for Covid-19, which has the same spike proteins on its surface."

See Johnson & Johnson

It looks like the only "safe" vaccine* is the Novavax, which is still in development. See Novavax.

*Actually, by definition, the Novavax is the only actual vaccine. The others are not technically vaccines because they don't use a crippled virus, they program your body's cells directly. from https://needtoknow.news/


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