“The coronavirus will be present “forever in some form or another”, Sir Mark Walport, a UK government scientist has said, adding that people would need to be vaccinated at regular intervals.” [Source: BBC News (UK)]
Sir Mark Walport’s words essentially reflect the general pattern of comments coming from World Health Organization (WHO). The WHO has warned that the effects of the pandemic will be felt for decades. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO’s head, suggests the pandemic may last up to two years and says “we must learn to live with this virus.” Bill Gates, whose organization is now the WHO’s second largest funder, has similarly claimed that ‘multiple doses’ of a vaccine could be necessary to protect people from the virus.
Meantime, there is rising concern about the side-effects of gene-based vaccines, which are currently being developed in Russia, China, the US, Germany, the UK, and other countries. These ‘genetic vaccines’ incorporate into the DNA of human cells. As such, their side effects might not show immediately. Instead, they may be delayed by years – or not show until future generations.
Fortunately, there are safe alternatives to such vaccines. New research carried out by scientists at the Dr. Rath Research Institute shows that a specific combination of micronutrients can block the interaction between the binding point on the coronavirus and its ‘entry port’ on human body cells. It does this through having a simultaneous effect on key mechanisms of the infection: firstly, by decreasing the expression of coronavirus receptors in human body cells, and secondly, by blocking viral binding to the (remaining) receptors. To learn about this groundbreaking micronutrient research, see this press release on our website.