There are a lot of headlines involving the covid vaccines, and the latest ones include Moderna as well. Check out the new reports coming from the company.
Covid 19, influenza and RSV vaccine?
Politico.eu notes that Moderna hopes to market a combined booster vaccination for covid 19, influenza and RSV — a common respiratory virus — as soon as the fall of 2023, CEO Stéphane Bancel said Monday.
She reportedly spoke on a panel at the World Economic Forum, and said the combination vaccine would enable people to get broad protection against illnesses caused by respiratory viruses ahead of the infectious winter season without having to obtain multiple jabs.
“Our goal is to be able to have a single annual booster so that we don’t have compliance issues where people don’t want to get two to three shots a winter.”
This is what Bancel said. She continued and revealed the following:
“The best-case scenario would be the fall of 2023.”
Bancel told investors last September that Moderna was working on a booster shot that would combine its mRNA vaccine for covid 19, a vaccine it is developing against influenza, and possibly a dose to treat the respiratory syncytial virus or RSV, the same online publication mentioned above notes.
Coronavirus in the news – the Joe Rogan case
Joe Rogan is making headlines all over the place once again. This 9is happening following the recent interview that he had with dr. Robert Malone about covid-related subjects.
You are probably aware of the fact that the mRNA vaccine expert/inventor dr. Robert Malone went on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast to raise concerns over the covid 19 vaccines and also to touch a bunch of other interesting related issues.
The UFC president Dana White defended podcasting legend Joe Rogan after hearing that he’s been attacked for his covid 19 skepticism. White also made sure to exchange vaccines with a reporter over alternative treatments for the coronavirus.