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WHO: Vaccines are always safe and effective, unless they’re made in Russia

he push is on worldwide to unleash as many different Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines as possible, including in Russia where the world’s first completed plandemic jab has officially been approved by Russian regulators, pending “a rigorous safety data review.” But the World Health Organization (WHO) is already saying not so fast, simply because the injection was developed in Russia.

While the globalist arm of the United Nations (UN) has never met a vaccine that it did not by default consider to be safe and effective, this new one out of Russia is raising some serious eyebrows due to the many anti-Russia conspiracy theories that have been circulated by both the mainstream media and the left in recent years.

Suddenly it is of critical importance – though this has never been the case prior – that a vaccine be carefully looked at to ensure that it is everything its manufacturer claims it to be.

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