Pfizer-BioNtech and Moderna COVID-19 mRNA vaccines are biohazards – can cause major diseases

Two COVID-19 vaccines contain dangerous biohazards. Both the Pfizer-BioNtech and Moderna COVID-19 mRNA vaccines contain nanoparticles. Nanoparticle exposure is associated with a host of adverse pulmonary, immunological, cardiovascular, neurological, and carcinogenic effects.

hazardous materials: infectious agents or hazardous biologic materials that present a risk or potential risk to the health of humans, animals, or the environment. The risk can be direct through infection or indirect through damage to the environment. Biohazardous materials include certain types of recombinant DNA, organisms and viruses infectious to humans, animals, or plants (e.g., parasites, viruses, bacteria, fungi, prions, and rickettsia), and biologically active agents (e.g., toxins, allergens, and venoms) that can cause disease in other living organisms or cause significant impact to the environment or community


The encapsulation technique used by Pfizer/BioNTech in manufacturing COVID-19 mRNA vaccines is a lipid nanoparticle (LNP). Moderna reported in a SEC filing that the LNP may cause a host of adverse events:

The following image and excerpts are taken from the Government of Canada’s website. It illustrates the major diseases associated with the nanoparticle ingredients of Pfizer-BioNtech and Moderna COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. It informs Canadians that COVID-19 mRNA vaccines are biohazards.

Nanoparticles become hazardous to human health when there exists an exposure pathway, which includes a source, a recipient, and at least one route of entry by which the agent can become internalized. The 4 possible routes of entry for hazardous chemical substances are inhalation, ingestion, injection, and dermal absorption (including eyes).

Existing literature suggests that free nanoparticles can have negative health impacts, for example by inducing inflammatory pathways. The small size of nanoparticles allows them to invade immunological defenses that other contaminants may not. In fact, some evidence shows that nanoparticles are able to cross the blood-brain barrier.

Once nanoparticles enter the body, they disseminate systemically via the cardiovascular system. Nanoparticle exposure is associated with a host of adverse pulmonary, immunological, cardiovascular, neurological, and carcinogenic effects. Furthermore, nanoparticles are assumed to have the same toxic properties as their macro forms (e.g. carcinogenicity, sensitizing ability).

In summary, engineered nanoparticles are an emerging occupational hazard. The speed of nanotechnology development, coupled with mounting evidence regarding adverse human health effects, necessitate the use of the precautionary principle in dealing with nanomaterials. Exposure to nanoparticles has been known to be toxic to cardiovascular, neurological, and pulmonary systems.

Government of Canada

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