COVID mRNA technology vaccine sequences stays in the blood? CDC said NO NO but we have study after study saying it does e.g. "SARS-CoV-2 spike mRNA vaccine sequences circulate in blood up to 28 days"

by Paul Alexander

What is important about this is that the CDC et al. have always lied that the vaccine stays at the injection site (deltoid) and dissolves/removed immediately after one-off use; they LIED to you!

My take: finding the spike mRNA sequences 28 days post shot is hugely damaging, a huge percentage and it seems the mRNA does not decompose in the cytosol as it should. As we have been told. The IDSA (and the CDC) is actually behind the science e.g. the Danish research above, and are very wrong for their web-site says the mRNA degrades rapidly. They state that the mRNA is not available long-term in the system yet that too is a lie.



As part of the process in monitoring patients, ‘RNA was extracted from patient plasma and RNA sequencing was performed on the Illumina platform. In 10 (9.25%) of 108 HCV patient samples, full-length or traces of SARS-CoV-2 spike mRNA vaccine sequences were found in blood up to 28 days after COVID-19 vaccination.’

This research dovetails with additional research such as by Röltgen et al. in journal CELL on immune imprinting, breadth of variant recognition, and germinal center response in human SARS-CoV-2 infection and vaccination.


They found the existence of spike and remnants etc. 60 days (in germinal cells) post gene injection. Prolonged detection.

Researchers “performed in situ hybridization with control and SARS-CoV-2 vaccine mRNA-specific RNAScope probes in the core needle biopsies of the ipsilateral axillary LNs that were collected 7–60 days after the second dose of mRNA-1273 or BNT162b2 vaccination and detected vaccine mRNA collected in the GCs of LNs on days 7, 16, and 37 postvaccination, with lower but still appreciable specific signal at day 60 (Figures 7A–7E). Only rare foci of vaccine mRNA were seen outside of GCs.

Axillary LN core needle biopsies of non-vaccinees (n = 3) and COVID-19 patient specimens were negative for vaccine probe hybridization. Immunohistochemical staining for spike antigen in mRNA-vaccinated patient LNs varied between individuals but showed abundant spike protein in GCs 16 days post-second dose, with spike antigen still present as late as 60 days post-second dose. Spike antigen localized in a reticular pattern around the GC cells, similar to staining for follicular dendritic cell processes.”