Old technology Johnson & Johnson vaccine likely coming very shortly after February 26th


2-12-2021 -- For anyone who is hesitant about getting the Pfizer or Maderna experimental vaccines, which use brand new mRNA technology, you might want to hang tight and wait for Johnson & Johnson's vaccine, which is scheduled for review by the FDA and advisors on Feb 26, 2021. Approval could happen very shortly afterwards. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine uses the old (tested) adenovirus vector technology. So does the AstraZeneca vaccine, but its FDA review is not expected until as late as April, it requires two doses and its use was halted in South Africa because it only provided "minimal protection" against mild and moderate cases. Experts are still hopeful that the AstraZeneca vaccine will work well in protecting against severe cases.


J. Bart Classen is a veteran immunologist who says that “RNA-based COVID vaccines have the potential to cause more disease than the epidemic of COVID-19.” Classen has expressed concern about how vaccinations in general can give rise to chronic conditions such as type 1 and type 2 diabetes, three of four years down the line. Classen also has concerns about the potential for mRNA type vaccines to cause chronic degenerative neurological diseases as well as “multiple other potential fatal adverse events."


As of Feb 4, 2021 there have been 653 deaths and 12,044 other injuries following COVID-19 vaccinations. 602 of the deaths were in the US. The average age of those who died was 77, and the youngest was 23.


The J&J vaccine was 72% effective against mild illness, and 85% against severe illness, and no one was hospitalized or died 28 days after getting the vaccine. While the Pfizer and Maderna vaccines were 95% effective against mild illness, they were tested at different points in time than the J&J vaccine, when the virus was less prevalent. Therefore the efficacy ratings of Pfizer and Maderna may actually be more in line with J&J.


While you can't ask for a specific vaccine, you can always go 'vaccine fishing' by declining the vaccine they they are giving at a particular location, then keep making appointments until you finally get the vaccine that you want. If they don't tell you in advance which vaccine is being administered at a particular site, you might try asking if only one dose is required. Pfizer, Maderna and AstraZeneca require two doses. Johnson & Johnson only requires one dose. Keep in mind that by March 2021, there is predicted to be a glut of vaccine availability, as supply of vaccines catches up with demand. By that time, you may be able to pick and choose which vaccine you want. If you don't want to get vaccinated, then prepare for an onslaught of politicians, government technocrats (Anthony Fauci, etc), social media and the mockingbird media trying to convince you that there is nothing that can go wrong in getting an experimental vaccine that has been rushed to market.



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