Zero Hedge is reporting that India has approved the world’s first DNA-based Covid-19 ‘vaccine’ ZyCoV-D. What could possibly go wrong? If you thought that there hasn’t been enough testing on mRNA gene therapies for Covid-19, you might want to carefully consider if a DNA-based injection or therapy is right for you. Zero Hedge notes,
Close to a dozen DNA-based vaccines against COVID-19 are in clinical trials globally, and at least as many are in earlier stages of development. To be sure, DNA vaccines are also being developed for many other diseases. They have many advantages over mRNA vaccines that make them particularly useful in environments like India…The only question now is will India’s DNA vaccine exhibit fewer rare (but harmful) side effects than the mRNA and adenovirus-vector jabs? With that in mind, we’d just like to note: at this point in the pandemic, tampering directly with DNA and RNA is totally fine, but taking a drug that has been approved by the FDA since 1998 (ivermectin) is blasphemy.
Count me out. I won’t be lining up for a DNA-based ‘vaccine’ anytime soon, especially one that doesn’t have at least a decade of extensive safety evaluations and efficacy studies. There are lots of other options to fight Covid. If you are searching for alternative approaches in dealing with the disease, be sure to check out the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance. These doctors and scientists are doing heroic work.