While the globalist arm of the United Nations (UN) has never met a vaccine that it did not by default consider to be safe and effective, this new one out of Russia is raising some serious eyebrows due to the many anti-Russia conspiracy theories that have been circulated by both the mainstream media and the left in recent years.
Suddenly it is of critical importance – though this has never been the case prior – that a vaccine be carefully looked at to ensure that it is everything its manufacturer claims it to be. And again, this is only because the vaccine in question was developed in Russia which, according to Democrats, is responsible for most of the evils in our world.
"We are in close contact with the Russian health authorities and discussions are ongoing with respect to possible WHO pre-qualification of the vaccine," indicated Tarik Jasarevic, WHO's official spokesman, during a recent digital press briefing. "Pre-qualification of any vaccine includes the rigorous review and assessment of all the required safety and efficacy data."
Known as "Sputnik V," the vaccine was developed by the Gamaleya Institute in Moscow with the help of the Russian defense ministry. It was then reportedly evaluated at Moscow's official state medical university for safety and efficacy.
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But none of this is enough for the WHO, nor is it enough for former FDA (Food and Drug Administration) director Scott Gottlieb who, during a recent appearance on "Squawk Box," expressed serious doubts about the safety and efficacy of Russia's first approved vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), which is still in phase-one clinical trials.
Pretending to be some kind of expert, Gottlieb, a Big Pharma hack who during his short-lived tenure infamously tried to wage war on kratom (mitragyna speciosa) as an apparent favor to his overlords, indicated that he "wouldn't take it," referring to Russia's Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine.
"It appears it has only been tested in several hundred patients at most," Gottlieb complained, adding that the "adenoviral vector" used by Russian scientists to develop the vaccine is supposedly "suboptimal."
"It's not at all clear how efficacious the Russian adenovirus vaccine is going to be," he added, failing to mention that he currently sits on the board of Pfizer, which is also developing a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) to compete with the Russian variety.
According to Russian officials, this new vaccine is "ready for use," despite still being in the early stages of human clinical trials. The nation claims that it is extraordinarily "safe," regardless of the "international skepticism," adding that it has already passed "all the necessary tests."
"The most important thing is to ensure full safety of using the vaccine and its efficiency," stated Russian President Vladimir Putin. "I know that it works rather effectively, forms a stable immunity, and, I repeat, it passed all the necessary inspections."
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