Bill Gates is seen by some as 666, the Anti-Christ. His funding of the production of the seven most promising ideas for a vaccine coronavirus will spur further talk of his role in a world government.
Bill Gates hopes his coronavirus vaccine ‘manufacturing within a year’
- World’s second-richest man warned of ‘exponential’ growth in Covid-19 cases from a rushed reopening of US economy
- Gates, who warned the world in 2015 about a coming pandemic, defended the WHO from criticism
Published: 10:41am, 27 Apr, 2020
Billionaire Bill Gates is funding production of the seven most promising ideas for a vaccine as he refocuses his philanthropic work on the deadly coronavirus.
“If everything went perfectly, we’d be in scale manufacturing within a year,” Gates said on CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS. “It could be as long as two years.”
The world’s second-richest man said vaccine production will probably not start in September, as some have said.
“Dr Fauci and I have been fairly consistent to say 18 months to create expectations that are not too high,” Gates said, referring to Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a member of the White House coronavirus task force.
Bill Gates is funding new factories for 7 potential coronavirus vaccines, even though it will waste billions of dollars
Isobel Asher Hamilton, Business Insider US
April 3, 2020
- The Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates told “The Daily Show” on Thursday that his foundation was funding the construction of factories for seven coronavirus vaccine candidates.
- Gates said the foundation would end up picking only one or two of the seven, meaning billions of dollars spent on manufacturing would be abandoned.
- He said that in a situation where the world faces the loss of trillions of dollars to the economy, wasting a few billion to help is worth it.
Bill Gates is plugging money into building factories for seven promising coronavirus vaccine candidates, even though it will mean wasting billions of dollars.
On Thursday’s episode of “The Daily Show,” the Microsoft billionaire told the host Trevor Noah that his philanthropic organization, the Gates Foundation, could mobilize faster than governments to fight the coronavirus outbreak.
“Because our foundation has such deep expertise in infectious diseases, we’ve thought about the epidemic, we did fund some things to be more prepared, like a vaccine effort,” Gates said. “Our early money can accelerate things.”
Gates said he was picking the top seven vaccine candidates and building manufacturing capacity for them. “Even though we’ll end up picking at most two of them, we’re going to fund factories for all seven, just so that we don’t waste time in serially saying, ‘OK, which vaccine works?’ and then building the factory,” he said.
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