A social media post has a link to an article published on a media website that shows Dr. Robert Malone, a vaccine scientist-turned-anti-vaccine activist, has claimed mRNA is being injected into our food supply. We fact-checked and found the claim to be False. mRNA vaccines are injected into the body and cannot be mixed with food.
A Facebook post shows a preview of an article published on TruthPress.com that informs Dr. Robert Malone has claimed mRNA is being injected into our food supply. It seems the claim is based upon an essay titled ‘mRNA Vaccines in Livestock and Companion Animals are here now’ written by Dr. Robert Malone.
Are mRNA vaccines being injected into our food supply?
It does not seem so. As of now, no evidence confirms that mRNA vaccines are being injected into our food supply.
We are unable to open the TruthPress.com website. But the preview refers to an article written by Dr. Malone. We searched online and found the essay published on substack. In the essay, Dr. Malone wrote about how mRNA vaccines are being studied on animals. However, there is no mention of the mRNA vaccine entering our food supply.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website shows that the mRNA vaccine is injected into the upper arm or thigh. The mRNA vaccine helps the body prepare proteins to fight the infection.
The mRNA vaccines even if used in livestock cannot transfer to a healthy person. This has been confirmed by our Veterinary Expert Dr. Vivek Arora, B.V.Sc. & AH, MIVIS. He confirmed that the claim is incorrect. He explained, “The immunogenicity is not transferred like this. Vaccines are not meant to propagate or induce immunity from cell to cell. In fact, they are made to develop and ‘remember’ the immune repair through and vaccine, which can be recollected in an event of exposure.’
Even PolitiFact in their fact-check has referred to experienced professionals who have confirmed that mRNA vaccines cannot reach humans through livestock.
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