They are putting flyers on cars, on the doors of businesses, sending flyers in the mail all through out Las Vegas. Moderna Covid-19 Vaccine trial is already underway in Las Vegas. This isn’t a “trial.” This is the beginning of vaccination.
From the website:
AB Clinical Trials is a Dedicated Research Site conducting phase II- IV studies. Our well-qualified staff provides excellent care for all patients involved. We meet if not exceed our sponsor’s enrollment goals. Also, our PI is very interactive which helps keep a high patient retention and satisfaction rate.
Whatever they put in the vaccine can be shed from the person who took the vaccine.
Look up viral shedding. Many people from all over visit Las Vegas. People will be spreading this bioweapon all over the United States and the world.
Las Vegas volunteers in coronavirus vaccine trial brave potential risks for good cause
Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2020 | 2 a.m.
One Las Vegas volunteer didn’t let his needle phobia get in the way of what he said was his one shot to make a difference.
Ritchie Duplechien said he nearly faints at the sight of a needle, but he put his fear aside to participate in a vaccine study that could help prevent the spread of coronavirus, which has killed nearly 800,000 people worldwide.
Duplechien, 53, received his first injection of either a placebo or an experimental vaccine about two weeks ago as part of a study of pharmaceutical company Moderna’s mRNA-1273, a vaccine that has reportedly led patients to produce antibodies that could neutralize the virus. The vaccine is in the third phase of clinical trials to evaluate its effectiveness and safety.
Duplechien said that when he received an email from community outreach nonprofit Puentes about the study, he felt like it was a chance to make a difference.
“I know it’s going to sound corny but I always wanted to save the world, so this might be my one shot,” Duplechien said.
Duplechien is one of 135 Las Vegans who signed up since July for the study conducted by Wake Research-Clinical Research Center of Nevada. The research center is sponsored by Moderna, which is testing upwards of 30,000 nationally with the pilot coronavirus vaccine. It’s picked Nevada because of its recent spike in COVID-19 cases.