Condolences to this dear woman’s family …
METEPEC, HIDALGO, MEXICO — Mrs. María Solís Godínez is dead after being injected with an experimental shot meant to fight off COVID-19.
She, her daughter, and husband arrived at a vaccine module in Metepec on March 10 at 11:30 a.m., according to Milenio Televisión in Mexico. Mrs. Solís Godínez received the Coronavac shot after a short wait. She immediately felt weak and light-headed. Mrs. Solís Godínez collapsed as she walked towards a restroom, according to the report. Parademics took her to nearby IMSS Wellness Hospital. She was dead on arrival. Family members said the entire incident happened in 15 minutes.
Sinovac Coronavac shots
Sinovac is a Chinese biopharmaceutical company based in Beijing. Its Coronavac shot utilizes inactivated virus particles. Specifically, it propagates the SARS-CoV-2 CN2 strain inside vero (grivet monkey) kidney cells and inactivates it with beta-propiolactone. This triggers an immune response. The shot requires two doses spread weeks apart.
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More inspiration here for cancer sufferers. This is a short 12 minute video from oasisofhope1963’s channel. Listen and learn how he was treated. That was back in 1974. He’s still alive and well and sharing the message of hope.
“Rick Hill was diagnosed with high-grade, embryonal-cell carcinoma in July of 1974. In October Hill had over ten hours of surgery at the Mayo Clinic, his cancer was now stage three, and chemotherapy was mandatory.
Then, a friend of his told him about the Oasis of Hope Hospital on the beach in Tijuana, Mexico. It was a new concept then where they used anti-cancer treatments that were made from natural substances like Apricots. Sounded crazy but Mayo was not overly encouraging about his prognosis.
Rick left for Oasis in October of ’74 and a couple of months later he had gained 20 pounds, his color came back, and he stayed on the dietary regime they prescribed for over many, many years.
Rick volunteered to do some cooking shows for Oasis and a couple years later, they invited him to be the Admissions Director. He can be reached at 888-500-4673 and in less than 30 minutes he can make it possible for any cancer person to get a second opinion from a Surgical Oncologist at no charge!
To learn more about treatments at Oasis of Hope, please visit www.oasisofhope.com