Pfizer and Moderna are both working to create a new combination “vaccine” with their mRNA technology. They are going to try to get the public to take a flu and COVID-19 combo shot annually.
Human trials are currently underway to assess the safety and efficacy of a flu-COVID combination vaccine, according to a report by USA Today. Moderna has finished enrolling trial participants while Pfizer-BioNTech isn’t too far behind. Right now, the mainstream media and the ruling class is trying to convince people to get the new bivalent booster shot for COVID and a flu shot. But the propagandized messaging is falling flat and many are refraining from getting either.
Health experts say these combination vaccines could be available as early as next flu season. Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech, companies that have led the COVID-19 vaccination strategy, say they’re beginning trials to assess the safety, efficacy, and dosage of their candidate vaccine that combines four flu strains and two coronavirus strains.
Currently, there are no approved flu vaccines with mRNA technology, but companies are looking to change that. An mRNA-based flu vaccine would be less costly to manufacture and may produce a better immune response in the elderly, said Dr. Daniel Kuritzkes, division chief of infectious diseases at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Yet, mRNA technology-based “vaccines” are not actually vaccines at all. They are gene therapies.
Vaccine developers are using their candidate flu vaccines that use mRNA technology and combining it with their bivalent booster. The combination vaccines induce an immune response specific to the four strains of flu circulating that season, the original coronavirus, and the BA.4/BA.5 subvariants. –USA Today
“What [mRNA injections] should do is generate high-titer neutralizing antibody against influenza (and COVID), and it should also be safe,” said Dr. Daniel Kuritzkes, division chief of infectious diseases at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. “We don’t want people getting much worse reactions in terms of fever, chills, and muscle aches as a consequence of getting a combination vaccine.”
Right now, “experts” say people can get a flu shot and a COVID shot at the same time.