Scientists announce creation of aerosolized ebola vaccine

Scientists have announced the creation of an aerosolized vaccine capable of fully protecting rhesus macaques, a species of monkey commonly used in Ebola research, against the most deadly strain of Ebola virus.  
 
If the finding is confirmed in human trials, the vaccine could be a major boon to rural areas because you don’t have to be a healthcare professional to administer the dose, said lead author Michelle Meyer, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. 
 
“A needle-free, inhalable vaccine against Ebola presents certain advantages,” said Meyer in a statement about the research. “Immunization will not require trained medical personnel.”
 

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Meyer wants to protect us against Ebola, sure! All they need to do is to leave the virus a bit more alive to drive down the population. Consider spraying the vaccine on airports for mass "immunization".

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Scientists have announced the creation of an aerosolized vaccine capable of fully protecting rhesus macaques, a species of monkey commonly used in Ebola research, against the most deadly strain of Ebola virus.  
 

Yep, scary shit if you think about it... especially if you're a healthy person and all of a sudden fall ill to something like Ebola. I haven't gotten really sick in years and if I did, I'd be suspicious as hell.

The fact that they can justify creating a vaccine for something almost no one had heard of until recent year, is scary. 
The fact that they can spread this one so readily (especially the "most deadly strain") tells me that their close. 
Close to being prepared to enforce HARD DEPOPULATION.

I hear ya. I hate to go to the dark side but it does really make one wonder.

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