If mRNA vaccines have been studied before for the flu and other things on the list, why hasn’t that been used for the flu and other viruses? It seems like the flu shot is hit or miss every year with all of the different variants. Wouldn’t mRNA help the body produce the needed antibodies to fight all the variants? They have to have the genetic codes for Influenza A and B by now, they’ve been around forever. Is that research still ongoing?
Wait, so satan wasn’t involved at all? And when did they introduce the nano robots?
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