03/12/2020 / By Ethan Huff
Scientists in Great Britain are on the hunt for 24 human guinea pigs who will agree to be deliberately infected with the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) in exchange for about $4,500 cash.
A company known as Hvivo is reportedly trying to develop a vaccine for the novel virus, and in order to do that it needs to inject willing volunteers with two strains of coronavirus, known as 0C43 and 229E, in order to conduct the testing necessary for eventual vaccine approval.
While these two coronavirus strains are said to be significantly less serious than the Wuhan variety currently in circulation, they cause similar respiratory symptoms and are thus considered to be viable candidates for the purpose of this vaccine research.
Volunteers will reportedly be kept in isolation for two weeks while being fed a restricted diet. They will not be allowed to exercise, nor will they be permitted to come into contact with any other person.
For remaining in solitary confinement and abiding by these restrictions, participants will be given £3,500 as payment, and Hvivo will then be able to move on to the next steps of vaccine development.
Similar trials have also begun in Seattle, where healthy volunteers are being recruited to participate in research for a vaccine developed by a biotechnology company known as Moderna Therapeutics.
Assuming Moderna finds its candidates in time, trials will begin by the end of April, and are expected to take 14 months to complete. Volunteers will not need to be quarantined, and will receive a paltry $1,100 as compensation for their services.
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Based on Moderna’s trial timeline, its potential vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) won’t be ready until at least the end of June 2021, which seems rather pointless considering the virus is spreading now, causing widespread lockdowns, shutdowns, and economic havoc.
There are better ways to protect oneself against the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) right now, including with high-dose vitamin C and mitragyna speciose (kratom), along with other natural immune-boosters. But you’ll never hear about any of that from the government, which wants you to just sit tight and let it all run its course.
Americans were better than this in the past, with a historical resiliency that would have laughed at such nonsense in another time. But today, tens of millions of Americans refuse to think outside the conventional box when it comes to dealing with health crises such as this, and simply obey whatever the government tells them to do.
This leaves the masses helpless and unable to fend for themselves, of course, which would seem to be exactly what the establishment wants. Free-thinking doers who learn how to take care of themselves are much more difficult to manage than brainwashed slaves who simply wait to be spoon-fed the “cure,” which is why the former has become something of a rare commodity in modern-day America.
Take the time to educate yourself about how coronaviruses work, and what natural remedies exist that could help to thwart them. You just might end up saving your own life instead of having to wait for the government to do it for you, which is highly unlikely to happen.
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