“New COVID-19 variants that make the virus more contagious and could render vaccine and antibody protection less effective have spread rapidly across dozens of countries, the World Health Organization says.” [Source: Medicalexpress.com]
As Dr. Rath explained in his recent open letter to world leaders, all vaccines presently applied to humans with the promise to help curb the current pandemic have been developed against the coronavirus subtype that first appeared in China in late 2019. Since antibodies are specifically modeled against the surface structures (spikes) of this specific subtype of the coronavirus, current vaccines are not known to protect against viral mutations.
Of course, manufacturers of current vaccines are fully aware that any new coronavirus mutation could render their vaccines ineffective. Hence, they merely claim that their current vaccines would also ‘work’ against the new mutations – but without any proof in the form of a proper clinical study with patients infected by the mutated virus. Even if it should turn out that some of the anti-coronavirus vaccines developed thus far could provide some protection against one or another coronavirus mutation, further mutations are still potentially able to infect patients who have already been vaccinated. Thus, with every new virus mutation, humankind is exposed to the risk of experiencing a similar or even greater crisis than that which has already occurred as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In contrast, the use of micronutrients in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic takes an entirely different approach. Unlike vaccines, it takes advantage of the known ability of these bioactive substances to strengthen the resistance of body cells against viruses and other infectious agents. To read about groundbreaking research conducted by scientists at the Dr. Rath Research Institute which shows how specific combinations of micronutrients are able to inhibit all key mechanisms of coronavirus infection of human cells, see the press releases from August 2020 and October 2020 on our website.