Let’s put this simply. Virus is discovered. All viruses have various strands (many variants) It spreads rapidly. The world seeks a vaccine to stop the virus. A narrow spectrum vaccine is developed that counters a specific variant (with limited effectiveness on other variants). Vaccine is effective at stopping original variant but since the mRNA coding is narrow it created pressure on sub variants to mutate in order to get around the vaccine protection. Thus creating and endless need for updated vaccine to keep up with mutations. Thus making tons of money for pharmaceutical companies.
After Thammasat University was set to receive 3 million Moderna vaccines donated by Poland last Tuesday, the deal was suddenly stymied by the Thai government not completing the required paperwork. Then the university appealed to the Foreign Ministry for help, and was rejected, being told they should be going through official channels to import vaccines. Now the Foreign Ministry is denying claims that they have blocked Thammasat University from receiving the donation of Moderna vaccines from Poland. The spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that they don’t have the authority to block any deals. He confirmed that the […]
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