BOVILIS? CORONAVIRUS Coronavirus
Intranasal vaccine shown to be effective for the vaccination of healthy calves against enteric disease caused by bovine coronavirus. Efficacy shown in calves 3 days of age and older. Safety has been shown in calves 1 day of age and older.
Brought to you by the Merck.
Hmmm. Do animals get coronavirus or not? Enough for spending money vaccinating your cattle?
Some searching reveals:https://www.fool.com/investing/2020/09/24/4-coronavirus-vaccine-stocks-the-bill-melinda-gate/
The Gates Foundation also owns shares of the big drugmaker. However, this investment wasn't initiated because of Pfizer's coronavirus program. Actually, the foundation first bought a stake in Pfizer back in 2002
But what about the Merck?https://www.cnet.com/news/merck-chairman-to-join-microsofts-board/
2002: Raymond Gilmartin, chairman and chief executive of pharmaceutical giant Merck, is joining Microsoft's board of directors.https://fortune.com/2007/11/13/microsofts-former-board-of-directors/
2007: Microsoft?s board of directors consists of ... Raymond V. Gilmartin, former chairman, president and chief executive officer of Merck & Co. Inc.;https://www.keionline.org/microsoft-timeline
September 16, 2004. Public Radio International is awarded a ?major? grant by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Separately, PRI discloses funding from Merck.
2009: Among the leading funders of the Global Health Council were the Gates Foundation and the Merck Foundation.
March 31, 2010. The Gates Foundation announced the hiring of Richard Henriques as its new Chief Finanical Officer. Before joining the foundation, Henriques was senior vice president of finance and corporate controller of Merck, https://grain.org/en/article/6511-w...mises-more-empire-and-less-public-health
Jul 2020: Former director of vaccine development at the foundation and current CEO of the Bill & Melinda Gates Medical Research Institute, Penny Heaton, hails from drug kingpins Merck and Novartis.
The foundation?s president of global health, Trevor Mundel, served in leadership positions at both Novartis and Pfizer. His predecessor, Tachi Yamada, was previously a top executive at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK).
Kate James, worked at GSK for almost 10 years, then became the foundation?s chief communications officer. The examples are almost endless.
Meanwhile, the Gates Foundation has provided Big Pharma with the perfect vehicle for influencing the WHO.
In 2018 alone, the foundation gave $237.8 million to the WHO, making it the second-largest contributor after the U.S.
The foundation also funds the WHO indirectly through Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunizations (GAVI), a ?public-private partnership? that facilitates bulk sales of vaccines to poor countries. GAVI is the second-largest non-state funder of the WHO (after the Gates Foundation), and gave $158.5 million to the WHO in 2018.
Because most of both the Gates Foundation?s contributions to the WHO are earmarked, the WHO doesn?t decide how these funds are spent ? the foundation does.
Seven years later, the organization?s then-Director General Margaret Chan noted that because the WHO?s budget is highly earmarked, it is ?driven by what [she calls] donor interests.?
More than I wanted to find....
But now, back to infecting animals... Some say that many times more virus particles are coming from vaccinated individuals who catch the disease. The blood supply is contaminated with spike proteins.
What would happen if you were to eat animals with spike proteins floating around in them? Does this ensure that everyone is "vaccinated"? Or exposed to vaccinated animals?