Monday, June 8, 2020

2 Billion Doses of Oxford's Unproven Coronavirus Vaccine Will Soon Be Ready to Produce

The global supply of a potential coronavirus vaccine being developed at Oxford University has been doubled to 2 billion after a deal including $US750 million from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

The vaccine is being produced by AstraZeneca British drug maker, drawing on work by researchers from Oxford University.
Recall the previous report on the Oxford Vaccine : Covid-1984: Coronavirus Disappearing So Fast- Vaccine “has only 50 percent chance of working”
There is only a 50% chance of the Oxford coronavirus vaccine working because cases in the UK are declining so fast, one of the scientists behind it has warned.

The University of Oxford's Jenner Institute and the Oxford Vaccine Group began developing a COVID-19 vaccine in January using a virus taken from chimpanzees.
2 Billion Unproven Vaccines for the US and UK..

It announced Thursday that it had signed agreements with the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) and Gavi the Vaccine Alliance to boost its supplies.

The company has committed to mass-producing the vaccine before it has been proved effective, an unusual step designed to compress the long timeline of vaccine production.

CEPI and Gavi are both charities supported the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the World Health Organisation. The US$750 million agreement with CEPI and Gavi will support manufacturing, procurement, and distribution for 300 million of the 2 billion doses.

The statement also said that AstraZeneca struck a licensing partnership with the Serum Institute of India (SII), the world's largest manufacturer of vaccines by volume, for 1 billion doses of the vaccine earmarked for low- and middle-income countries.

The deal includes "a commitment to provide 400 million of them by the end of 2020," according to the statement.

The company had already announced the manufacture of 1 billion doses last month, according to the BBC.

300 million of the potential vaccines are already pledged to the US and 100 million to the UK, the BBC said. If clinical trials prove the vaccine works, the first doses could be ready by September.

In the statement, AstraZeneca Chief Executive Pascal Soriot said: "We are working tirelessly to honour our commitment to ensure broad and equitable access to Oxford's vaccine across the globe and at no profit."

It remains unclear whether the vaccine, named AZD1222, will work. Soriot said the company should know by August, the BBC reported.

Richard Hatchett, chief executive of CEPI, admitted there was a "substantial risk" in investing in manufacturing a product that may ultimately not deliver, The Guardian reported.       


  1. The company has committed to mass-producing the vaccine before it has been proved effective,

    But we do have a world full of guinea pigs.

    By the way, doesn't the annual flu vaccine they push every year have (alleged) antibodies to more than one strain of flu? So I doubt they're going to produce this "vaccine" for just this one strain.

    And all of this based on one giant lie. Simply mind blowing.

    1. "But we do have a world full of guinea pigs. "

      willing guinea pigs

  2. Sorry penny, off topic.

    My latest:

    Youtube will likely delete the video (view it while you can).

    Bitchute doesn't get the visibility, but they don't seem to delete videos. It is usually slow in processing the video, so it will be available a little later (I hope):


  3. I wondered if you had read "Dr. Mary's Monkey", and in doing a search I find that you did.

    I've had it for about nine or ten years, and I've never managed to finish it only because it is so upsetting. Also, the story is really strange in that it has people connected to JFK's murder. But, I've been considering dusting it off and finally finishing it.

    That book includes the story of the university president whose grandchild died after getting the polio vaccine, correct? I remember doing an internet search to see if there was evidence that the story was true, and I did find a small newspaper article (I mean an article that was about two inches long) and it was in a southern newspaper, a small one, not one of the big papers.

    1. Yes, I have but it's been a while..

      Another one I read about the virus and vaccines is the SV40 book

      I have a hard cover copy of that book well researched
      I talked about it here at the blog too
      I'd given it to my sister to read, she returned it too me, but was recently wondering if I still had it and if she might read it again.. so, I've got to dig it out- this is what happens when one has way way way toooo many books

      But we love them all!