The First COVID-19 Vaccine…coming your way…


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The First Coronavirus vaccine…coming your way…

It’s interesting that six different pharmaceutical companies are exploring a vaccination against the coronavirus. This will be in conjunction with other world countries. Researchers used to all work together and share information and break-throughs. Not anymore.

Will you get the vaccine?

Well, a little history on vaccinations wouldn’t hurt…

As we continue to hear about the seriousness of this virus, I suspected that the making of this Coronavirus vaccination would progress at an extremely quick rate. I even emailed my subscribers about this on February 26th.

I also suspect that what happened in 1955 with the poliovirus, will never happen again. 


In April 1955 more than 200 000 children in five Western and mid-Western USA states received a polio vaccine in which the process of inactivating the live virus proved to be defective. Within days there were reports of paralysis and within a month the first mass vaccination programme against polio had to be abandoned. Subsequent investigations revealed that the vaccine, manufactured by the California-based family firm of Cutter Laboratories, had caused 40,000 cases of polio, leaving 200 children with varying degrees of paralysis and killing 10.(1)

Back in the 1950s the polio vaccination was tried on four million people across the world…

with outbreaks of polio due to the miss manufacturing of the vaccination by one company, Cutter. 

Other manufacturers did not have these problems.
This gave vaccines a bad rap. How bad? 

Side effects and lawsuits struck at the very heart of healthy societies. 

In fact, manufacturers stopped making vaccinations because lawsuits were wiping them out.

But this has led to better and safer vaccines. There are no stricter regulations than those found on US soil. 

The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program was initiated during the Reagan administration to protect vaccination manufacturers from litigation and financial ruin.

But it also holds these manufacturers to the highest standards in drug manufacturing.  

Even so,  vaccination saves lives as we will soon see when the COVID-19 vaccination gives birth to a world free of such a deadly virus. And believe me, our government will make sure it’s safe.  

So, should YOU be the first to get the vaccine or “Wait and see…?”

Hmmm………..well, it depends on your health…AND THE DISCUSSION YOU HAVE BETWEEN YOU AND YOUR DOCTOR.

Are doctors going to get the vaccine. Yes! The majority of us in healthcare will take the vaccine. Why?

Because we want to be the example and if there are side effects, we will work with the FDA to make it better for you. That’s what we do!

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