Bill Gates ‘Potential’ Coronavirus Vaccine Set to Begin Testing with People Today

Healthy volunteers in Kansas City, Missouri and Philadelphia will begin to test an experimental coronavirus vaccine starting on Monday officials said.

The vaccine is sponsored by none other than Bill Gates Foundation.

A small Pennsylvania-based biotech Inovio Pharmaceuticals received regulatory clearance to begin testing. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, along with other nonprofits, have poured funding into Inovio’s vaccine project.

The biotech expects to have early safety data by later summer and is aiming to produce 1 million doses by the end of 2020.

For the study the company will be enrolling 40 healthy adult participants in Philadelphia at the University of Pennsylvania’s medical school and in Kansas City, Missouri, at the Center for Pharmaceutical Research.

Each of the volunteers will take two doses of the vaccine, four weeks apart.

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1 year ago

Please be wary of Inovio. I’ve done some research into this company, ever since they claimed to have developed a vaccine in 3 hours. (https://www.wthr.com/article/san-diego-lab-discovers-coronavirus-vaccine-3-hours) CEO is Joseph Kim. Joseph Kim sits on the board of Council for Korean Americans and the International Vaccine Institute (IVI), a UN IGO that works directly with the WHO. Joseph Kim is also a member of the Global Agenda Council for the World Economic Forum. The Director General of the IVI is Jerome Kim, and the executive director of Council for Korean Americans is Abraham Kim. I’m still researching to see if I can… Read more »