THE COVID-19 Vaccines that are currently used worldwide as well as in Solomon Islands against the spread of the virus would not change the human being’s Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA).
That’s according to Dr Yogesh Choudhri, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and advisor to the Ministry of Health and Medical Service (MHMS).
He made the statement to response to concerns raised by the public, if the vaccine can change the DNA of human.
In response to the query, Dr Choudhri said his answer is clear and he is confident that the vaccine will not change the DNA of any human being.
“My answer is clear and I have confidence that the vaccine will not change your DNA,” he said.
He explains the vaccine can’t enter the nuclei of the DNA, the DNA stays inside the nuclei of the cells, and the vaccine can’t travel through.
He added MHMS is open for discussion with people who want clarification of the vaccines.
“Please come sit-down with us and discuss openly,” he said.
He said the issue is sometimes we don’t have enough information to justify what we are trying to say.
“We already distributed 20,000 of Pfizer vaccine and it never changed any person’s DNA,” he said.
Dr Choudhri was also asked to make clarifications from Dr George Manimu’s article published by this paper, early last week.
Despite being satisfied with Dr Manimu’s statement by encouraging one to take Sinopharm, the health advisor said Dr Manimu should encourage people to also take other vaccines.
“…I am happy with the statement but the better statement should be, it’s better to go and take your vaccine,” he said.
Speaking in support of Dr Choudhri, the Secretary to Prime Minister and Chairman of the National Oversight Committee (NOC), Dr Jimmie Rodgers said a better decision was for Dr Manimu to discuss issues with ministry of health before going out to the media.
“I would request a health professional like Dr Manimu to discuss something like that before going out to the papers,” he said.
Dr. Manimu has since corrected the published article in a publication last week.
In the meantime, Dr Rodgers recommended people to watch Dr Chester Kuma’s video that has been shared on social media.
The video is all about corona virus and vaccines.
In the video, Dr Kuma also mentioned in simplest explanation that the vaccine will not change the human DNA.
He also mentioned that the vaccine is not the mark of the beast.
“I recommend reading and watching the presentation of Dr Chester Kuma where he presents about the vaccines
“He breaks down into minor details how the vaccines work, whether it affect the DNA or not,” Dr Rodgers said.
Dr Rodgers added that Dr Kuma’s video record is worth watching, for people who have questions about the particular vaccines: Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Sinopharm.
“One thing that irreversible is the use of the vaccine has save millions and millions of people and has saved millions of lives,” he said.
There a lot of research coming out to the world that plan to topple WHO research concerning the vaccine.
“We must balance all research that comes out from the World,” he said.
Dr Rodgers wants all health practitioners to promote the vaccine because it saves more lives in the world and in the country.
“The most important thing the health practitioners must do is to promote the vaccine,” he said.
According to Thesaurus dictionary, DNA is a nucleic acid molecule in the form of a twisted double strand double helix that is the major component of chromosomes and carries genetic information.
DNA, which is found in all living organisms except some viruses, reproduces itself and is the means by which hereditary characteristics pass from one generation to the next.
By LACHLAN EDDIE