One of the first person in the world that started to look for a vaccine against the Covid-19 is… a Moroccan?!

Donald Trump relies on the help of a Moroccan to find the Covid-19 vaccin!

Towards the end of March 2020, there have been some fake rumors stating that the US President has asked senior government officials to contact leading experts and international viral vaccines to find an effective drug against the Coronavirus. As a result, they found the Moroccan professor “Moncef Slaoui” on the committee chosen for his academic and scientific qualifications.

Moncef Slaoui was indeed involved at that time in a vaccine project against Covid-19, but it has “Nothing to do with the American government”, he had said in his own words two months ago.

However, now about halfway through May, Donald Trump officially named the Moroccan Moncef Slaoui, a former GlaxoSmithKline executive, as Scientific Director of the “Warp Speed” operation, to prepare a vaccine “very quickly” for Covid-19. Speaking on this occasion, which you can see in the video below at 16:20, Dr. Slaoui said he was “very honored and privileged” to lead this “extraordinary undertaking” for our country and the whole world. He also said that there should normally be a vaccine by the end of the year.

You should know that Moncef Slaoui is a world-renowned Moroccan researcher. He is involved in the Covid-19 vaccine project, and is one of the first person in the world that started to look for a vaccine against the Covid-19… and yes he is Moroccan.

Chairman of the R&D committee of an American biotechnology company working on the development of an effective vaccine against the Covid-19.

He is responsible for assisting the scientific committee that is conducting research to find this vaccine.

“The clinical study began on March 25. So we are testing this vaccine. We will be sure of its protective potential in the upcoming months.” Moncef Slaoui

Moncef is a pioneer in bioelectronic medicine and a specialist in vaccination and pandemic management. He has also worked on the development of an HIV vaccine and was also part of the committee that successfully found a vaccine against Ebola.

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