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Many U.S. Troops Refusing COVID-19 Vaccination


“Thousands of U.S. military personnel are refusing or delaying COVID-19 vaccination, even as service members are being deployed to help give shots at vaccination centers nationwide.” [Source:]


Our organization is not completely opposed to all forms of vaccines. We recognize that side effect-free vaccines based on peptides, short chains of the naturally occurring amino acids found in food, have potential in the prevention and control of diseases such as cancer, for example. Scientists at the Dr. Rath Research Institute in California have already published pioneering work in this area.

Our position is different regarding the genetic vaccines that are being promoted for use against COVID-19, however, as these present an unpredictable risk to humankind. The active principle behind these vaccines is based on the introduction of genetic material (DNA or RNA) into human cells. This technology is still in the experimental stage and is associated with serious side effects. Moreover, its long-term effects are currently completely uncontrollable. A mass use of this technology could potentially change the genetic makeup of mankind irreversibly, for generations to come.

It is therefore vital that the dangers associated with genetic COVID-19 vaccines are explained to people all over the world in an accessible way, particularly so given that there is now scientific evidence that certain micronutrients are an effective and side effect-free means of preventing the coronavirus infection from spreading.

To learn more about our position on coronavirus vaccines, visit the Dr. Rath Education website.

To read how studies carried out by scientists at the Dr. Rath Research Institute have shown that synergistic combinations of micronutrients can block the interaction between the binding site of the coronavirus ‘spike’ and its specific cellular entry door into human cells, see the press releases we published in July and August 2020.