mRNA vaccines do not carry graphene in their lipid nanoparticles

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You have sent us a video of an interview with a person identified as Karen Kingston, who claims to be a former worker of Pfizer and to have “irrefutable” proof that guarantees that messenger RNA vaccines, such as Pfizer’s and Moderna’s, contain graphene oxide. According to her, the material would be present in one of the molecules composing the lipids nanocapsule (the small lipids bag) that protects the virus genetic material contained in the vial, being this, according to her declaration, commercialised by Sinopeg, an enterprise that shared a news about graphene. This is FALSE. None approved vaccine to date contains graphene oxide in its ingredients, nor is it found in the lipid capsules of th mRNA injections. There are no proofs showing that Sinopeg maintains commercial relations with the pharmaceutical companies which have developed these vaccines, nor that it trades with lipids containing graphene or any of its derivatives.

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