Some coronavirus vaccines will contain a GMO version of the virus; are you ready to be injected with GMOs?

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(Natural News) It was recently announced that the British government has ordered nearly 200 million doses of experimental vaccines for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), at least one of which is set to contain a genetically engineered (GMO) variety of the novel virus.

U.K. officials say that 100 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by the University of Oxford will soon be arriving to England, replete with GMO viral fragments that will be injected directly into patients.

Two other varieties of the experimental vaccine will contain other components of the virus, including one with part of its genetic code and another with an inactive version of the virus. The Oxford one, however, will be full-on GMO.

“The fact that we have so many promising candidates already shows the unprecedented pace at which we are moving,” stated Kate Bingham, chair of the U.K. government’s so-called “Vaccine Taskforce.”

“But I urge against being complacent or over-optimistic,” she added. “The fact remains we may never get a vaccine and if we do get one, we have to be prepared that it may not be a vaccine which prevents getting the virus, but rather one that reduces symptoms.”

Did you catch that? Chances are that none of these vaccines will even work, but rather there is a slim possibility that they could potentially decrease symptoms in the small handful of people who actually develop symptoms.

This means that even when a vaccine, or series of vaccines, is eventually released, they will provide little or no protection against viral infection. So remind us again why we even need a vaccine?


Hilariously, Boris Johnson piped in about the prospect of new GMO vaccines for the coronavirus by stating that he is “hopeful” and has his “fingers crossed” about the slim chance that they might do something beneficial.

Government officials are begging people to line up to get jabbed with experimental coronavirus vaccines to see which ones work best

It is nothing but a big guessing game, in other words, and yet one that some Brits are eagerly lining right up for, including during the early testing phases that are starting to commence.

Reports indicate that human guinea pigs are already getting jabbed with the experimental vaccines in order to “do their part” to help stop the plandemic and keep people safe.

Volunteers were seen in a recent BBC video – you can watch it at this link if you are interested – gleefully getting injected with GMO poisons, all the while believing it to help the cause of overcoming the plandemic.

Many of them are simply responding to calls from government officials asking them to line right up to get these random shots as part of an investigation to see which ones, if any, actually work.

“Now that there are several promising vaccines on the horizon, we need to call again on the generosity of the public to help find out which potential vaccines are the most effective,” stated Professor Chris Witty, England’s Chief Medical Officer.

The goal in the U.K. is to convince at least 500,000 people to sign up for these vaccine trials through the National Health Service’s (NHS) COVID-19 vaccine research registry website. Once this many are collected, the U.K. plans to launch at least eight different large-scale vaccine trials to determine which COVID-19 vaccine works best.

“Are we mad? A genetically modified virus started this pandemic,” wrote one BBC commenter in response to the news. “I for one will not be having that vaccine.”

“I am not risking my ability to have children over a bad flu,” wrote another, suggesting that these experimental vaccines might cause sterility.

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