COVID-19 vaccine not likely until at least 2021: Dr. Njoo

COVID-19 vaccine not likely until at least 2021: Dr. Njoo 1


One of Canada’s top doctors says it is unlikely that there will be a COVID-19 vaccine this year.


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35 Comments on "COVID-19 vaccine not likely until at least 2021: Dr. Njoo"

  1. Joobchris Mac | July 14, 2020 at 2:25 PM | Reply

    So 2 years for now

  2. What are they testing in Quebec then? They should stop gas lighting the public. These social experiments do not end well. Let alone them being cruel and unconscionable.

  3. Brentman1969 | July 14, 2020 at 2:27 PM | Reply

    Beat it doctor I will never take the toxic shot

  4. There is no guarantee of any vaccine. I hope we get smarter, but no guarantee of that either.

  5. Fake

  6. 2021…. this will NEVER end… wishful thinking!

    AIDS 25 years… still no vaccine!

  7. Used car salesman. Vaccines take years. It may never be developed.

    • It’s likely going to be ready in 3 or 4 months…..they’re already on human trials. BUT they are useless anyway because they don’t work on the elderly, plus most Canadians don’t even want it. I won’t take it.

  8. Develop an effective bed bug spray if you can

  9. This guy doesn’t know what he’s talking about, where do they get these lame brains?

  10. Do the tasting on the politicians and their families

  11. Vaccines contain impure dead bacteria. Vaccinators are cause cancer on humans.

    • “Dr.” “Njoo?” nice name! Dr. Joo-Jube Rube is proud knowing nothing.

    • @Bartholomew

      Actually anyone who’s regularly taken the flu vaccine has the highest mortality rate in later years from influenza vs tose who rarely or never take it. That is a fact.

  12. Michael Barry | July 14, 2020 at 3:21 PM | Reply

    IF we ever get one it doesn’t guarantee immunity, and it doesn’t mean Covid goes away. We still have millions of cases of the flu every year and we have vaccines for it.

  13. Science, the lying frontier…

  14. Sciencism

  15. Wow look at all the Karens in the comments. I bet everyone here wants to speak with the manager of COVID-19

  16. Just say no.

  17. Silvia Logan | July 14, 2020 at 5:44 PM | Reply

    Don’t assume that with the COVID-19 vaccine that the virus will go away? I had many flu shots and I still got a mild case of it because there are different types of flu strains.

  18. Truth Seeker | July 14, 2020 at 6:09 PM | Reply

    It’s a lot of hard work developing a genoci……I mean vaccine. The have to get the time release poiso……I mean medicine just right. In the mean time, stay safe until the devastating famine gets here.

  19. I’m no anti-vaccer, but I ain’t gonna bother getting a vaccine for a virus I can fight off just fine, thanks.

  20. New Paradigm | July 14, 2020 at 6:39 PM | Reply

    If antibodies can only last for a few weeks, how often do we need to take a shot?

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