Doubts Over Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine After Animals Tested Catch Virus

Doubts have been raised over a much-lauded Oxford University COVID-19 vaccine which experts say could fail to prevent individuals catching the virus, after trial results emerged.

The government has promised to invest £20 million ($24m) to support teams at Oxford University engaged in the global race to find a vaccine.

However, following the publication of detailed trial results last week, it was found that the vaccine was unable to prevent monkeys from catching the COVID-19 virus.  (See Link for Article)  


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James Lyons Weiler, PhD also gives the following chilling prediction:

When Phase I trials become Phase II trials people will start getting infected w/SARS-CoV-2 following vaccination and start dying at even higher rates due to disease enhancement caused by Pathogenic Priming from SARS-CoV-2 vaccination – something the vaccine developers SHOULD have tested for in animal studies, but skipped.