Lazy eyes listen
According to the CEO of Moderna, the company plans to introduce new experimental vaccines that will combine flu, Covid, and RSV vaccines into a single yearly shot.
When discussing the terrifying prospect of an all-in-one jab, Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel compared the craze seen nearly every year over the latest Apple iPhone.
“We believe we can put a lot of mRNAs in a single product and take care of all those viruses.” “And that only happens once a year,” Bancel explained.
Moderna hopes to roll out a single-dose annual booster to cover the coronavirus, the flu and another common respiratory virus within the next five years — evolving like 'an iPhone'https://t.co/Ofb9WnyYFl pic.twitter.com/mUZYBi98UL— CNN International (@cnni) August 11, 2022
“You should be able to get an annual booster, single dose, with all those mRNAs for all those [viruses] that are, of course, adapted to the strain of the season, like flu, Covid strain, and so on.”
Following that, the CEO stated that, similar to how an iPhone improves slightly with each new model, vaccine manufacturers would adapt their experimental mRNA jabs with “the best science of the moment.”
“And the idea is similar to the iPhone, in that many of us buy a new iPhone every September.” And you get new apps and refreshed apps,” Bancel explained.
“And it’s the same idea, in that you’ll get Covid, Flu, and RSV in a single dose.” And you’ll get the most up-to-date science to protect you from the strains that are circulating now and in the fall and winter. So we can combine all of those things and provide the annual booster to people all over the world. So there’s only one shot. And they are unconcerned about the winter. They also have a beautiful fall and winter.”
When asked when an experimental all-in-one vaccine might be available, Bancel said some countries could start using it as early as next year.
“So it’d be a few years.” As I previously stated, flu and RSV are in phase three [clinical trials]. So I can see some countries in ’23 starting to have both flu and Covid in a single dose. Some nations will be ’24. So I believe it will take us a few years.”
“That’s why I used the iPhone analogy, because you don’t get the incredible camera… “It’s amazing everything the first time you get an iPhone, but you already get a lot of things,” he said.
“However, I believe that within a three-to-five-year window, you will get a better product from Moderna that will protect you for everything that is circulating and with more and more coverage of different viruses.”
Bancel complained to the World Economic Forum in March that his company had to “throw away” 30 million doses of their Covid-19 vaccine because people were rejecting it and “nobody wanted them.”
In addition to the side effects associated with the Pfizer and AstraZeneca Covid vaccines, Infowars has reported on several instances where Moderna’s vaccine was suspected of causing severe adverse reactions resulting in illness and even death.
Time will tell whether the upcoming experimental vaccines pose the same risks.