Covid-19: an Italian court orders the analysis of messenger RNA vaccines

Covid-19: an Italian court orders the analysis of messenger RNA vaccines

The court of Pesaro, located in southern Italy, seized by a plaintiff against vaccination against Covid-19, ordered the laboratory analysis of messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines, we learned on Saturday with the plaintiff’s attorney. To determine the content of Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech messenger RNA anti-Covid vaccines, the Italian court appointed an expert. Investigations will be held in September, said lawyer Nicoletta Morante. According to him, that’s it “first in Italy, and perhaps in Europe”.

The complainant, who had previously contracted the disease, is a fifty-year-old who works mainly in education, and whose activity in Italy is subject to the obligation of vaccination. Unchangeable, he is subject to administrative punishment, according to Me Morante. Other than that“he asked to establish when to vaccinate people who have recovered from Covid-19 satisfactory medication management”he wants to know what proteins are in these vaccines and what they contain “excipients for non-human use or hazardous to health”according to a summary of the complaint.

The messenger RNA treatment allows the cells to multiply the proteins present in the virus – the “antigens” – to train the immune system to recognize and neutralize it.

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