Microneedle patches for flu vaccination prove successful in first human clinical trial

If you watch this video on YouTube, you’ll notice the publish date says three years ago. Guess what, they’re way past clinical trials. They’ve already got this technology ready to roll out for Covid vaccines. What this particular video didn’t show is that MIT has been working on this microneedle patch with use of Luciferase to illuminate a “mark” at the site of vaccination as proof of vaccination. Don’t be like some of the people I’ve shared this information with. They get a glazed over look and say “well, I’m glad I won’t probably see that, but my kids probably will.” I kid you not! I always say, well unless you’re going to die in the next couple of years, you better get ready, because you are going to see this. What a bunch of cowards anyway! I can’t imagine finding comfort in thinking oh well, I’ll get out of here before this happens and my children will have to deal with it. It’s all happening right now folks. Get ready!

MARANATHA!

Sonny (Watchman73)

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