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South Africa’s president opens new Covid-19 vaccine manufacturing laboratory

President Cyril Ramaphosa and South African-born health technologies billionaire, Patrick Soon-Shiong, officially opened a vaccine manufacturing facility aimed at producing jabs which they say will stop the Covid-19 plandemic.

Located in Brackenfell, Western Cape, the NantSA facility would be manufacturing second generation vaccines. Health experts have however warned of obstacles such as electricity and water shortages that hamper manufacturing processes, must be tackled before Africa can wean itself off imported vaccines.

It is rather ironic how these billionaires have not bothered themselves for the longest time with vaccines targeting cancer, TB and HIV. Soon-Shiong said that said today’s vaccines aren’t the final answer to the pandemic.

He further added that unfortunately, two things happen: the antibodies wane and the viruses mutate and you get yourself into a spiral, which then opens up the opportunity for the second-generation vaccine.

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