Moderna said on Friday that it was recalling one Spikevax lot in Europe. The batch contains 764,900 doses made by CDMO Rovi that were deployed across Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, and Sweden between January 13 and January 14.
Moderna recalled the shots because of a “foreign body” found in one vial of the batch made at Rovi’s site in Spain, the partners said in a release. Many have already alerted the public that “foreign bodies” can be found in many of the “vaccines” being forced on the public right now.
The company says it’s performing the recall out of an “abundance of caution.” Moderna said it’s working closely with health authorities as it runs its investigation, adding that it and Rovi are “committed to working transparently and expeditiously with regulators to address any potential concerns,” according to a report by Fierce Pharma.
Horrifyingly, more than 900 million doses of its mRNA-based shot have been administered around the world so far, Moderna said. The company doesn’t think the problems with the solo vial pose a risk to others in the lot, nor does it believe the issue “affects the significant benefit/risk profile of the vaccine.”
Simultaneously, Kyodo News reported that Moderna’s Japanese vaccine partner, Takeda, had halted the use of 1.63 million Spikevax doses. An investigation by Rovi ultimately concluded that the particulates found in the Japanese vials were stainless steel.
Other than Reuters, this recall is hardly being mentioned by the mainstream media. Moderna did not disclose what the “foreign body” found in the “one” vial was, but we have some idea. We’ve seen several images from scientists and doctors who have looked at these “vaccines” under microscopes. What was found was horrifying.