alternative vaccine option
WHY ARE AUSTRALIANS BEING DENIED ‘ALTERNATIVE OPTIONS’ WHEN IT COMES TO COVID-19 VACCINES?
With a large number of Australians starting to feel very frightened and distrustful of their governments, the locally-made coronavirus vaccine, COVAX-19, could be the ‘safe and effective’ alternative many have been desperately looking for. Why then, is the Australian government and medical establishment refusing to provide support or critical funding to the Australian researchers, who are now far advanced in developing a vaccine that sidesteps a number of issues plaguing the gene-based technology of Pfizer and AstraZeneca?
COVAX-19 is a ‘protein based’ vaccine that uses technology which has been successfully applied in the development of vaccines and therapeutics for many years. It is a vaccine that does NOT use mRNA or DNA technology so will NOT interfere with your body’s genetic make-up, the way the other gene-based vaccines do. Crucially for many, COVAX-19 contains NO aborted foetal cells and NO graphene toxins. The vaccine also requires none of the complicated storage requirements of Pfizer, can be manufactured at scale and possibly cheaper than what the Government is now paying for its Big Pharma products.
Currently, Australia is using just two vaccines – Pfizer and AstraZeneca. Both use gene-based technologies which are completely unlike any of the vaccines Australians are familiar with or trust. This has caused massive “vaccine hesitancy” amongst the population – all of whom are understandably very wary of what they choose to put in their bodies.
COVAX-19 gives these people a much needed ‘option’ or ‘choice’, which so far has been completely missing in the whole ‘vaccination’ debate. Lead researcher and Professor of Medicine, Nikolai Petrovsky, has said that COVAX-19 has completed its animal trials, and that the results proved “safe and effective”. The vaccine is now going through the final stages of its human clinical trials, with early results showing promising results concerning efficacy rates, and indications it may also prevent transmission of COVID-19 and all its variants.
Professor Petrovsky said that with the right support from government, the vaccine could even be approved by the end of this year.
All of which begs a number of questions: –
– Why aren’t Australians being told that alternatives to mRNA and gene-based vaccines exist, with a local one even nearing completion?
– Why is the Government providing NO funding or support to this important alternative to mRNA vaccine being developed by a reputable and long-standing Australian company? and
– Why is the Queensland Health Minister prepared to ‘petition’ Morrison’s LNP for additional ‘phone carriage’ services so that Telehealth can provide euthanasia and assisted suicide to those living in rural and remote areas, but refuse point blank to ‘petition’ the Commonwealth for Queenslanders to be given ‘alternative’ vaccine options, which could actually save lives NOT end them?
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