For months, we were told that the COVID-19 vaccine was the light at the end of the tunnel.
This is what would end the pandemic.
Achieving herd immunity through the biggest vaccine rollout in human history.
No more quarantines, lockdowns, and hysteria once we get our jabs.
Well, not exactly.
According to a top WHO scientist, vaccinated travelers still must quarantine upon arrival at their destination.
Check it out:
"WHO's chief scientist, Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, noted on Monday that the agency had not established whether the COVID-19 vaccines being administered across the US and in Europe prevented people from getting the virus and passing it to others."https://t.co/qoAO8GZlUH
— Ezekiel 25:17 (@kamomogul) January 25, 2021
Why are we vaccinating millions of people when this vaccine has no evidence of being effective?
Why bother with such a massive rollout if it can’t even prevent transmission?
I think we all know the true motives behind these unproven & unsafe vaccines.
Big Pharma has to rake in their profits.
And the globalists want to see how far they can push us.
Even though none of these vaccine passport, lockdown, and quarantine shenanigans make sense, the majority of the public refuses to wake up.
Here’s an excerpt from the Business Insider article for more details:
The World Health Organization is urging even people who have received a coronavirus vaccine to quarantine when they travel because there is not yet evidence that vaccines prevent people from transmitting the virus.
WHO’s chief scientist, Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, noted on Monday that the agency had not established whether the COVID-19 vaccines being administered across the US and in Europe prevented people from getting the virus and passing it to others.
“At the moment I don’t believe we have the evidence of any of the vaccines to be confident that it’s going to prevent people from actually getting the infection and therefore being able to pass it on,” Swaminathan told a virtual briefing, in comments reported by Axios.
Swaminathan was responding to a question about whether vaccinated people should still be required to quarantine when traveling to countries with lower transmission rates.
“I think until we know more, we need to assume that people who have been vaccinated also need to take the same precautions until there is a certain level of herd immunity that’s been built in the population,” she said.
Business Insider reported last month that vaccine researchers in the US hoped to determine whether vaccines could stop the virus from spreading or whether they prevented only symptomatic cases of COVID-19.
The answer to that question is significant, as a vaccine that prevents so-called asymptomatic transmission would help protect more than just the people who receive the shots.
Dr. Larry Corey, a virologist who is planning one study to answer that question, said last month that the study still needed funding as well as cooperation from the pharmaceutical companies that had developed effective vaccines.
Three vaccines in the West have been found effective in large trials in preventing recipients from becoming ill or seriously ill with COVID-19.
Two of those, the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine and the Moderna vaccine, are already being administered in the US and in Europe. The third, developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University, is likely to receive approval in the UK within days, according to the Financial Times.
Moderna’s chief medical officer, Tal Zaks, said last month that he believed it was likely the vaccine would prevent transmission but warned that there was not yet “sufficient evidence” of it.
So, they’re basically telling us you need to inject this unproven vaccine into your body before you think about returning to normalcy.
Would you sign up for a vaccine without any proof that it worked?
I certainly wouldn’t!