Scientists Developing “Contagious Vaccines” That Could Jump to Unvaccinated People

The research raises ethical concerns

*****WHEN did ethical concerns ever stop them?


According to reporting from National Geographic, scientists are working on contagious vaccines that can jump from vaccinated people to unvaccinated ones, or between vaccinated and unvaccinated animals.

The idea is that instead of a vaccine staying in one person’s body, the vaccine itself would infect them in such a way that they could pass on vaccination to others around them, much as they would otherwise pass on a disease. Scientists could vaccinate one person or animal in a community, and the vaccination would spread to those around them.

According to National Geographic, scientists are already studying these self-spreading vaccines for Ebola, bovine tuberculosis, and Lassa fever. They are also exploring expanding study to other diseases. Self-spreading vaccines were tested in rabbits on an island in Spain in 1999, but have not otherwise been used in the wild.

Could Self-Spreading Covid-19 Vaccines Be Created?

The reporting from National Geographic does not specifically mention any attempt at a self-spreading COVID-19 vaccine. Still, the technique raises questions about safety. If a self-spreading vaccine caused problems in vaccinated people, it could potentially spread those problems just as aggressively as an actual disease. Although the scientists are currently focused on eliminating animal diseases primarily, it’s also possible that a self-spreading vaccine designed for animals could jump to humans, and cause unknown effects.

It’s unlikely that self-spreading vaccines would be used anytime soon. Especially in human populations, these contagious vaccines would raise all kinds of ethical and consent issues. Still, the technology is under study and development. There’s no telling how it might be used in the future. Source

It really does make me laugh when I read that these mad scientists, who care not for the maimed and deceased who took their experimental jabs; but are concerned about ethical consent issues. Yeah right.

From the Medium piece: “Still, the technology is under study and development. There’s no telling how it might be used in the future.”

Oh – we are certain that the technology is under study and development. It’s called GOFR: Gain of Function Research.

And I think that this technology was already implemented with the Jab. WHY do I only break out in massive hives after I have been around people who have been triple jabbed and boosted??

It’s not rocket science, is it?

Special place in hell………..



7 thoughts on “Scientists Developing “Contagious Vaccines” That Could Jump to Unvaccinated People

  1. Jane

    No fear here Sister, Isaiah 54:17 No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, and their righteousness is of me, saith the Lord.

  2. Mark V

    That is excatly what all the warning about shedding was. “Deceit is in heart of them who imagine evil: but to the counselors of peace is joy.” Prov.12:20

  3. Mark V

    That’s what all the warnings about shedding was.
    “Deceit is in the heart of them that imagine evil: but to the counselors of peace is joy.” Prov. 12:20

  4. Debbie luongo

    Yes, I to believe this was and is going on with the jab. We attend a small church and unfortunately a number of people got the jab and a few people including my husband and I developed COVID right away. That was early in 2021. Those people are living in a fantasy world. We even had an elderly woman pass away shortly after her shot from a stroke and no one made the connection.

  5. julieg777

    We are truly living in evil days. But it will get worse. I pray that Jesus returns soon and that my entire family is ready.

  6. So we really need to keep our protocols up …Vit D3K2, Quercetin, Vit C, NAC , we need our full armour of God and the Blood of Jesus, every moment of every day!

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