Professor Sarah Gilbert, the woman credited with producing the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab, said today that next time there’s a pandemic, the world should be able to produce a jab in just 100 days.
According to SKY News:
Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert said it took around 300 days from the identification of COVID-19 in China to the approval of the first vaccines by medical authorities.
But to prevent the catastrophic impact of a future pandemic the response needed to be far faster. “We are not talking about doing the same thing again and just doing it quicker,” she said.
“What we are talking about now is being much better prepared, so we don’t have to start from the same place next time.”
Professor Gilbert will join the director general of the World Health Organisation, the medical adviser to the US President Prof Anthony Fauci, pharmaceutical bosses and government representatives at the Global Pandemic Preparedness Summit in London.
The 100-day target was originally put forward by the UK government during its G7 presidency in June 2021, and backed by leaders of the G7 and G20.
She said scientists need to build a library of vaccines against the families of viruses that are the biggest pandemic threats. That would mean at least 10 broadly-effective vaccines to start with.
“We would want to make the seed stocks (the reference sample of the virus) for a number of different vaccines,” she said.
Sarah Gilbert is a witchdoctor. And to think, Mattel made a Barbie doll in her image, to inspire the next generation of girls to follow in her footsteps.
100 days? Give me a break. The Oxford/AZ jab that she developed and signed off on, has killed thousands of people (that we know of) and gravely injured tens of thousands more.
Gilbert and her colleagues should be in hiding.