A New Kid on the Block
With the same old wrinkles: Novavax Nuvaxoid is imminently available in British Columbia. Here's the ugly part...
Just in!!! (as PJ Sears likes to cry out): “New type of COVID-19 vaccine to be available in B.C. in the 'next few days'; plant-based shot to come“.
After assuring us that it’s the good ol’ proven technology (HEP vaxx anyone?), I was compelled to look up “Novavax“ on Wikipedia:
Finance and external sponsorships:
In 2015, Novavax received a US$89 million research grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to support the development of a vaccine against human respiratory syncytial virus for infants via maternal immunization.
In May 2020, Novavax received US$384 million from the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) to fund early-stage evaluation in healthy adults of the company's COVID-19 vaccine candidate NVX-CoV2373 and to develop resources in preparation for large-scale manufacturing, if the vaccine proves successful. CEPI had already invested $4 million in March.
On July 7, 2020, during the Donald Trump administration, the company was awarded a US$1.6 billion loan from the United States government from Operation Warp Speed program to cover the testing, commercialization and production of a potential coronavirus vaccine in the United States, with a goal of delivering 100 million doses by January 2021.
So, all same eugenicist depopulation actors pulling it off again? Can’t wait to inject this one into my body, for good measure:
“Only vaccines that meet Canadian standards for safety, effectiveness and quality will be approved for use in the country.” As we all know from experience.
“In the case of Novavax, it is currently only approved for use in adults, but in clinical trials it was 90 per cent effective week after the second dose.” That 90% again! For a week after the second dose?
“The dosing schedule is two shots, given three weeks apart.” Unless $cience changes after the 1st one.
“Dr. Henry said it is safe to mix and match Novavax with other shots, so those who received something else for their first dose and had concerns or side effects can use the new option as their second dose.” No concerns with this one for sure.
Fun all around!