Elias Mosialos: We will not give monoclonal antibodies to vaccinators
The LSE professor and representative of the Greek government for the pandemic, Elias Mosialos, spoke on SKAI TV about the monolithic vaccines, which are returning to the forefront due to the recent announcements of Anthony Fauci.
Specifically, he stressed -causing reactions- that the monoclonal antibodies that our country will procure will NOT be given to those who refuse vaccination despite being able to be vaccinated.
– Stefanos Damianidis (@dstefanos) September 12, 2021
The statement of Elias Mosialos
“We should give them not to those who refuse to be vaccinated, because there is an alternative and it is extremely cheap. They will be given to the vulnerable who have not been vaccinated, that is, immunosuppressed who have had both doses of the vaccine and who have not been caught. To very old people who have not been vaccinated and we need to protect them. We will not give monoclonal to a 35-year-old who can get the vaccine. Extensive use cannot be made with the small quantities we will take “.
We are talking about “weapons” against the coronavirus which would have prevented thousands of deaths in recent months and would have saved a lot of money from the state.
The statement of Mr. Kouvelas
“If we talk about monoclonal antibodies that would completely cover the existing deathand the seriously ill, let’s say there would be 20,000 people, we are talking about 20 million (per month). Vaccines cost around 500 million. and lockdowns at 4-4.5 billion. euro”.
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