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Moderna to Introduce Super Jab!


“A six-in-one super jab that will protect against strains of COVID-19, flu and respiratory syncytial virus – similar to a cold – could be introduced by winter 2025, the UK boss of pharmaceuticals giant Moderna has said,” according to The Times.

Will this super jab ‘protect’ against those illnesses like the company’s previous shot against COVID-19?

In reality, Moderna is developing another mRNA shot that will likely be more destructive than ones already released to the public.

The headline of ‘The Times‘ article says it all.

“Moderna aims to give investors extra boost with 6-in-1 superjab.”

The pharmaceutical giant doesn’t care how many people its shots maim and kill, as long as investors are satisfied with their returns.

Sadly, many people will likely line up for this ‘super jab.’

Or, more accurately, as Daniel Horowitz describes in Covid Truth Bombs, “the kill shot to end all kill shots.”

From The Times:

Darius Hughes was speaking ahead of the launch of the UK’s Covid booster programme tomorrow using Moderna’s new bivalent vaccine, which includes protection against both Omicron and the original coronavirus strain.

He said he was confident the company’s messenger RNA technology would give longer-lasting protection. Moderna is desperate to convince investors it can sustain sales of its MRNA vaccines as appetite wanes for booster jabs.

Moderna is already testing separate flu and RSV jabs in the southern hemisphere, where Hughes, 54, said early data was “very promising.”

Moderna doesn’t care about the recipients of its dangerous mRNA gene therapies.

Their desire is to satisfy investors.

Read about other mRNA ‘medicines’ Moderna is developing in this prior report.

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