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Time is Running Out: Australia Secures a COVID Vaccine Deal With Big Pharma

The Australian government has secured a deal for a COVID-19 vaccine with big pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca. Under the deal, the Australian government would manufacture the vaccine and offer free doses to all citizens.

Time is running out!  The vaccine is coming.

British-based AstraZeneca is developing the vaccine in partnership with Oxford University, with advanced trials now underway with thousands of volunteers across multiple countries. “The Oxford vaccine is one of the most advanced and promising in the world, and under this deal, we have secured early access for every Australian,” said Prime Minister Scott Morrison in a statement released late Tuesday local time. “If this vaccine proves successful we will manufacture and supply vaccines straight away under our own steam and make it free for 25 million Australians.”

The goal is to vaccinate every human being on earth with a coronavirus vaccine, and no one really knows all of what’s in these shots. Apparently, the deal is still in the early stages. Both parties have signed a Letter of Intent. A final formal agreement at a later stage will layout more concrete details like pricing and distribution. However, the Australian government has previously indicated that it will spend billions of dollars on its vaccine strategy.

Plans like these have more than likely been in the world for far longer than we are being led to believe.  The goal has always been to vaccinate, track, trace, and surveil the entire global population turning everyone into tax cattle for the sole purpose of serving the elitists.

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Under the Trump administration, Operation Warp Speed is kicked into overdrive. The military will be used to vaccinate the public and the Pentagon has partnered with the CDC in order to make this a dystopian reality.

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AstraZeneca released early results of its closely watched Phase 1/2 trial in late July, which suggested that its vaccine candidate was safe and induces an immune response.

The Phase 2/3 trials will now aim to prove whether the vaccine protects people against the novel coronavirus. Results are expected later this year, and will depend on the rate of infection within the trial communities, AstraZeneca said.

The company has already reached agreements with several governments and organizations to produce at least 3 billion doses of the vaccine, with the first deliveries starting as early as September, it said on its website. -CNN

While everyday human beings are impoverished by the edicts of governments, AstraZeneca is raking in billions from those same governments.

Time is running out.

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Oxford University allows students ‘affected’ by George Floyd death to apply for special consideration in exams

Facing pressure to act in recent weeks, prestigious British college Oxford University said students “affected” by George Floyd’s death in the United States can apply for special consideration in their exams, the Evening Standard reported.

What are the details?

Vice chancellor and professor Louise Richardson told students about the decision in an open letter signed by the heads of Oxford’s colleges, the paper said.

Richardson thanked students for informing her about “the traumatic effect of the brutality which killed George Floyd” — which sparked protests and rioting and statue vandalism in the United States — and added that the incident was “a manifestation of institutionalized racism,” the Evening Standard added.

“Any student taking university assessments who feels their performance has been affected should submit a self-assessment mitigating circumstances form after their final examination or assessment,” she wrote, the paper said.

In addition, the Evening Standard noted that Oxford’s “heads of house” will alert tutors and welfare staff about the potential need for a workload cut and “urge colleagues to reach out” to those who apply for special consideration in exams.

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Richardson also told the Oxford students’ union that “many departments in social sciences have begun work on making their curriculum more inclusive and adding diverse voices to it” such as “integrating race and gender questions into topics” and “embedding teaching on colonialism and empire into courses,” the paper said.

It’s not an unfamiliar pattern for Oxford:

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‘Operation Warp Speed’: New Trump admin project aims to develop 100 million vaccine doses by the end of the year

The Trump administration is organizing a “Manhattan Project-style effort” to speed the process of developing a COVID-19 vaccine with the goal of having 100 million doses of an approved vaccine by the year’s end, Bloomberg News reported Wednesday.

The project is called “Operation Warp Speed,” two people familiar with the program told Bloomberg News. They allegedly asked to remain anonymous since the project has not yet been announced publicly.

What are the details?

Under the effort, private pharmaceutical companies will work hand-in-hand with government agencies and the U.S. military to drastically accelerate the timetable for a vaccine. As a result, taxpayers, rather than drug companies, will assume much of the financial risk should vaccine candidates fail.

Leading health officials such as Dr. Anthony Fauci have insisted that developing a vaccine for the novel coronavirus would take between 12 and 18 months.

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Vaccine development is typically slow and high risk. The project’s goal is to cut out the slow part, the people said. Operation Warp Speed will use government resources to quickly test the world’s most promising experimental vaccines in animals, then launch coordinated human clinical trials to winnow down the candidates.

The best prospective vaccines would go into wider trials at the same time mass production ramps up.

The project will cost billions of dollars, one of the people said. And it will almost certainly result in significant waste by making inoculations at scale before knowing if they’ll be safe and effective — meaning that vaccines that fail will be useless. But it could mean having doses of vaccine available for the American public by the end of this year, instead of by next summer.

The group is also reportedly discussing utilizing a master protocol to test several vaccines at once, rather than running individual vaccine candidates through separate trials.

What else?

There are currently at least 89 vaccines in development around the world for COVID-19, according to the World Health Organization. Seven of those vaccines have entered the clinical stage of evaluation.

One of them, the Oxford University vaccine, has jumped significantly ahead of the other candidates. The vaccine has been successfully tested in six rhesus macaque monkeys, who remained healthy after four weeks of exposure to the virus.

Now, Oxford researchers are conducting large-scale human testing, aiming to have 6,000 tests completed by the end of May. Researchers say they are confident that the vaccine will be widely available by September.

According to Bloomberg News, it is not yet known which vaccines will be a part of Operation Warp Speed, or whether the Oxford vaccine, in particular, will be included.

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Oxford vaccine could be widely available by September. The world’s largest drugmaker is already producing million of doses.

Scientists at Oxford University say they are confident that a vaccine for COVID-19 will be widely available by September — long before health officials anticipated.

The vaccine, one of 89 currently in development around the world, has taken significant steps forward in recent weeks. On Monday, the New York Times reported that the researchers had inoculated six rhesus macaque monkeys with single doses of the vaccine before exposing the monkeys to heavy quantities of the virus. Nearly a month later, while other monkeys in the lab got sick, the six vaccinated monkeys remained healthy.

Large-scale human testing is underway

Now, researchers are testing the vaccine on humans, and not just on a handful. They’ll have more than 6,000 tests conducted by the end of May.

Oxford researchers say they have been able to move so quickly because they had been using similar technology to develop a vaccines for other viruses, including one very similar to COVID-19.

“Well personally, I have a high degree of confidence about this vaccine, because it’s technology that I’ve used before,” said Sarah Gilbert, a professor of vaccinology at Oxford University.

According to CBS News, “the vaccine takes the coronavirus’ genetic material and injects it into a common cold virus that has been neutralized so it cannot spread in people. The modified virus will mimic COVID-19, triggering the immune system to fight off the imposter and providing protection against the real thing.”


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Millions of doses are already being produced

Though clinical trials are still underway, the world’s largest drugmaker has already decided to mass-produce doses for distribution.

The Serum Institute of India said on Tuesday that it plans to produce up to 60 million doses of the vaccine by the end of the year, Reuters reported. The company made the decision after the vaccine proved to be effective in animal trials and progressed to human testing.

“They are a bunch of very qualified, great scientists [at Oxford University] … that’s why we said we will go with this and that’s why we are confident,” Serum Chief Executive Adar Poonawalla told Reuters over the phone.

“Being a private limited company, not accountable to public investors or bankers, I can take a little risk and sideline some of the other commercial products and projects that I had planned in my existing facility,” he added.

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70 coronavirus vaccines are in development around the world — an Oxford scientist says one could be ready by September

One of Britain’s top scientists leading the effort to produce a COVID-19 vaccine recently said she is “80%” confident that a vaccine could be ready by September.

Sarah Gilbert, a professor of vaccinology at Oxford University, told the Times of London over the weekend that her team is set to begin human trials on its potential vaccine by the end of April. By September, the product could be ready for distribution — but only “if everything goes perfectly,” she acknowledged.

“I think there’s a high chance that it will work based on other things that we have done with this type of vaccine,” Gilbert said. “It’s not just a hunch and as every week goes by we have more data to look at. I would go for 80%, that’s my personal view.”

Gilbert’s team is one of numerous teams around the world working diligently — and at unprecedented speed — to come up with a working vaccine to fight the global coronavirus pandemic that has infected at least 1.8 million and killed over 115,000 people worldwide.

The World Health Organization announced Saturday that there are 70 vaccines currently in development around the world, with three of them already being tested in human trials.

According to Time magazine, the vaccine that is furthest along in the clinical process is being developed by Hong Kong-listed CanSino Biologics and the Beijing Institute of Biotechnology That vaccine is in phase 2 of human testing. Two others being developed in the United States by Inovio Pharmaceuticals and Moderna, along with the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, are currently in phase 1 of human testing.

The University of Oxford vaccine candidate could be the fourth product to begin human trials in the coming weeks.

Another vaccine being developed in the U.S. by a team of researchers at the University of Pittsburgh are in the pre-clinical stage and are currently seeking fast-tracked approval for testing from the Food and Drug Administration.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, a leading health official on the White House coronavirus task force, previously cautioned Americans that it would likely be 12-18 months before a vaccine could be developed. Until further notice that conventional wisdom still stands.

But the hope is that scientific innovation and ingenuity will speed the process and shorten the time period.

Gilbert is certainly hopeful about her team’s vaccine, but was careful to add that “nobody can promise it’s going to work.”

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New Oxford Study Hidden By Mainstream Media: Millions Already Infected, Recovered, & Immune

A new Oxford study said that millions of people in the United Kingdom (and therefore, in other countries) have likely already gotten the coronavirus, recovered from it, and are immune. But the mainstream media doesn’t want this information to get out, and some went to work quickly telling people “not to believe it.”

A newer model, which predicts the progression of the novel coronavirus, set off governments’ reactions around the globe and has systematically ruined lives across the Western world (not because of the virus, but the reaction to it).  pandemic produced by researchers at Imperial College London set off alarms across the world and was a major factor in several governments’ decisions to lock things down. But a new model from Oxford University is challenging its accuracy, the Financial Times reports.

The head of the study, professor Sunetra Gupta, an Oxford theoretical epidemiologist, said she still supports the U.K.’s decision to shut down the country to suppress the virus even if her research winds up being proven correct. But she also doesn’t appear to be a big fan of the work done by the Imperial College team. “I am surprised that there has been such unqualified acceptance of the Imperial model,” she said.

The acceptance of the original model was to ensure people would be quickly living a life in fear and one without a source of income to combat the totalitarian measures that have already been implemented and are still coming our way. Some media outlets say this newer model relies on assumptions so we should disregard it, yet the original model that has forced lockdown and an economic crash is relying on the same thing. Assuming no one has had the infection, and forcing everyone into a frenzied panic to prevent it.

If Gupta’s work is accurate, that would likely mean a large swath of the population has already built up immunity to the virus and locking them down is pointless. Theoretically, then, social restrictions could ease sooner than anticipated. What needs to be done now, Gupta said according to the Financial Times, is a whole lot of antibody testing to figure out who may have contracted the virus. Her research team is working with groups from the University of Cambridge and the University of Kent to start those tests for the general population as quickly as possible.

The worst part about this model is not the study itself, but the desperate attempts to hide it, or render it invalid to ensure the public remains in a state of fear.

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Oxford faculty may nix Homer’s ‘Iliad,’ Virgil’s ‘Aeneid’ from Classics syllabus to close ‘attainment gaps’ among students

The Classics faculty at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom is proposing to remove Homer’s “Iliad” and Virgil’s “Aeneid” from the early stages of study in order to close “attainment gaps” among students, according to the Oxford Student, a campus newspaper.

What are the details?

This proposal is part of a series of reforms aimed at modernizing the first stage of the Classics degree, known as Moderations (aka Mods), the Student said.

But the Mods — culminating with a set of 10 exams — has been increasingly criticized in recent years due to attainment gaps between male and female candidates, as well as between candidates who have studied Latin or Greek to the “A-Level” and those who have not, the paper noted.

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The removal of Virgil and Homer papers, which take up two out of the ten Mods papers, have been marketed as a move that will reduce the attainment gaps and thus improve access to the subject. However many have questioned why the solution to this problem involves the removal of Homer and Virgil.

There have been a number of other recent reforms proposed by the faculty, including changes to the way in which students are streamed based on previous levels of study as well as an increase in the amount of language tuition available to all Classicists. However, this most recent reform has accused of being an unnecessary step by members of the Classics faculty who claim that the removal of the compulsory study of Homer and Virgil would result in an incomplete and less fulfilling course of Classical study.

What did one Classics student have to say?

Jan Preiss, a second-year Classicist at New College, set up a petition against the proposal, the paper said.

“Removing Homer and Virgil would be a terrible and fatal mistake,” Preiss told the Oxford Student. “[The proposal] would mean that firstly, Oxford would be producing Classicists who have never read Homer and never read Virgil, who are the central authors of the Classical tradition, and most of Classical literature, in one way or another, looks back to Homer and interacts with the Iliad. Removing it would be a shame because Homer has been the foundation of the classical tradition since antiquity, and it is impossible to understand what comes after him without studying him first.”

What did a professor have to say?

Professor Jonathon Prag told the paper that no decision has been made on the proposal.

What else has been going on at Oxford?

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