Researchers at Yale say they have found a way to encapsulate the mRNA in a polymer and deliver it directly to your lungs, but Dr. Peter McCullough tells AFN the new delivery system will make it far easier to inoculate people who are justifiably skeptical.
“There's more and more pushback by Americans who don't want any more vaccines,” he says. “So the sentiment of the country is moving farther and farther away from vaccination.”
In fact, in a recent survey of U.S. adults about the newest vaccine, 52% said they will not get it, according to a Fox News story. The poll was conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Among Democrats, 70% said they plan to get it while only 24% of Republicans said they plan to roll up a sleeve.
A team of researchers from the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Science, and researchers from the Yale School of Medicine, worked on the nasal spray because that it the path most pathogens take to enter the body, according to a Yale Daily article.
Meanwhile, McCullough says at the same time the public is shying away from getting another shot, and then another, authoritarian regimes – including the U.S. – seem to be doubling down.
“All the governments in the world are promoting mass vaccination and all the vaccines for COVID-19 in the world are government property,” he says. “They're not even commercial products.”