On average it takes almost 20 yrs for a vaccine to hit the market. Mankind has been hit with the Coronavirus several times during our history and no vaccine has been produced against it as yet, so to have one ready in 18 months does not sit too well with me.
In the USA, The Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act (PREP Act) was enacted in 2005 and authorizes the Secretary of Health and Human Service to issue a “PREP Act Declaration” that provides immunity for claims for death, injury, damage to property or business losses brought against any entity or individual covered by a PREP Act Declaration. On March 10, 2020, the Department of Health and Human Services noted that the spread of COVID-19 constituted a public health emergency and issued a PREP Act Declaration effective as of February 4, 2020.
The PREP Act Declaration provides liability immunity to certain individuals and entities (for example, manufacturers, distributors and health care professionals) against any claim of loss caused by, arising out of, relating to, or resulting from the manufacture, distribution, administration, or use of medical countermeasures to treat, diagnose, cure, prevent or mitigate COVID-19. The declaration would not protect against claims involving “willful misconduct”. The declaration’s protections will be in place until October 1, 2024. In other words, if injury or death occurs due to the vaccination against the Covid 19 virus the likelihood of anyone receiving compensation is just about nil.
Unlike the United States, Canada has not enacted federal legislation to provide liability protections to companies and individuals working to respond to COVID-19. The Canadian government has yet to invoke the federal Emergencies Act, which could provide some legislative protection against product liability for medical supply manufacturers. In particular, the Emergencies Act provides that no action or proceedings shall be instituted against any person providing services in good faith under the Emergencies Act.
Autohemotherapy is a natural self-immunization therapy that resets your immune system and keeps it running at an optimal level to help fight disease. It has been used successfully to treat disease for over a 100 yrs. With the advent of antibiotics, Autohemotherapy (AHT) fell by the wayside. There has been a resurgence of this therapy since the early part of the 21st century and hopefully it will make a full comeback in light of what is happening today. Unlike vaccines and other pharmaceutical drugs, there are no negative side effects from this therapy. It is inexpensive, you can do it yourself anytime and anywhere. No one can own the patent on this and control access to it, it will always be available!
I personally have been doing this for ten years and have only been sick once. I recovered very quickly from this particular flu bug while it took others months. One of the best decisions I ever made was to practice AHT, hopefully it will be yours too.