The maker of Russia's Sputnik V* vaccine has attempted to offer assurances that South African drugs regulator SAHPRA will receive the information it requires regarding the safety of the COVID 19 vaccine in countries with a high incidence of HIV.
SAHPRA’s rejection of Sputnik has proven once again that the vaccines are not about saving lives but profiteering by pharmaceutical companies. The Russian and Chinese vaccines are encroaching on the market that should exclusively by for the West and their US ally.
SAHPRA will be accused of being in a conspiracy with Bill Gates and Big Pharma. But they shouldn't bow down to political manipulation. Take every vaccine through the process. If it fails, it fails.
So according to SAHPRA sputnik V is the only vaccine that carries an HIV disease and can transmit it through the jab? Who is old enough to be fooled like this.
China: Sinopharm = still under review. Sinovac = approved (conditionally), but Sahpra still needs Delta Variant data. Cuba = no application with Sahpra, as far as I know.
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