Biden Admin. to spend $5 billion in tax money on ‘next generation’ of Covid vaccines

The following is an excerpt from The Defender.

The U.S. government will spend $5 billion on a program to accelerate the development of new coronavirus vaccines and therapeutics, White House officials announced this week (April 12) in an interview with The Washington Post.

Dubbed “Project NextGen,” the new initiative will serve as the successor to the Trump administration’s “Operation Warp Speed,” launched in March 2020 to expedite the development of Covid-19 vaccines.

Similar to Operation Warp Speed, Project NextGen — with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation — will encourage public-private partnerships.

According to Reuters, the project will be managed out of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), which will coordinate across various government agencies and private-sector actors, covering “all phases of development from lab research and clinical trials to delivery.”

“Scientists, public heath [sic] experts and politicians have called for the initiative, warning that existing therapies have steadily lost their effectiveness and that new ones are needed,” the Post reported.

The new initiative is based on a “roadmap” for the development of new coronavirus vaccines, formulated by the University of Minnesota and led by a former Biden administration official.

Link to article here.

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3 thoughts on “Biden Admin. to spend $5 billion in tax money on ‘next generation’ of Covid vaccines”

  1. “Existing therapies …lost their effectiveness”. That’s because, specifically the vaccines, were designed to fail, They target just one single protein, which happens to be the one that mutates the most in COVID. Pharma was asking for resistance, and they sure got it. From a vaccine business perspective, that’s a great strategy, and they will profit from failure.

  2. Why is there no effort to deconstruct this NIH power structure? Until we do, there will be another Anthony Fauci

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