COVID-19 vaccine | Is the Moderna and NIH Partnership ‘Rotten To The Core’?

Ben Swann takes a look at the highly unusual timeline by which Moderna Therapeutics is developing its COVID-19 virus vaccine

Now, four scientists with the NIH claim they hold partial patent rights on that vaccine and stand to make up to $150,000 per year.

Meanwhile, as Moderna’s stock price continues to soar, five top executives have sold off $89 million dollars worth of shares, even as the company continues to bypass standard vaccine protocols in the development of its COVID vaccine

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