How long does spike protein, mRNA etc. last in your blood, your tissues post COVID mRNA technology gene injection? Depends on how long researchers ran the study for; we argue it lasts in you FOREVER

by Paul Alexander

Until proven otherwise; we know for sure it lasts a long time based on research; if researchers ran study for 1 week, they say it lasts 1 week, if ran study for 10 months, they say 10 months etc.

Let’s see what the research is signaling and these findings pertain to the Robert Malone 'mRNA technology' based COVID gene injection vaccine principally,:

1)up to 28 days


Researchers looked at 108 patients with ‘chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection followed in our clinic received mRNA vaccinations according to the Danish roll-out vaccination plan. To monitor HCV infection, RNA was extracted from patient plasma and RNA sequencing was performed on the Illumina platform. In 10 of 108 HCV patient samples (9.3%), full-length or traces of SARS-CoV-2 spike mRNA vaccine sequences were found in blood up to 28 days after COVID-19 vaccination.’

‘To our knowledge, our study is the first to detect Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 mRNA vaccine sequences in blood after vaccination, and therefore provides new knowledge regarding the timeframe in which the mRNA can be detected’

2)up to 60 days


‘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.’

3)Up to 4 months


‘Transmission electron microscopy of exosomes also demonstrated spike protein Ags on their surface. Exosomes with spike protein and Abs decreased in parallel after four months.’

4)Up to 15 months post infection


‘The levels of both intermediate (CD14+, CD16+) and non-classical monocyte (CD14Lo, CD16+) were significantly elevated in PASC patients up to 15 months post-acute infection compared to healthy controls (P=0.002 and P=0.01, respectively).’

5)Up to 48 hours in breast milk post vaccination


‘No vaccine mRNA was detected in pre-vaccination or postvaccination expressed breast milk (EBM) samples beyond 48 hours of collection.’