Scientists Can Now Vaccinate People Using Genetically Modified Mosquitoes – Watch Report

In recent years, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has made groundbreaking strides in combating diseases through innovative vaccine delivery methods. One such method is the use of mosquitoes as carriers of vaccines.

Now a study funded by the NIH has successfully vaccinated humans using Genetically Modified mosquitoes.


The NIH’s successful trial of this controversial technique marks a significant breakthrough in the field of disease and also raises questions about bodily autonomy.

Mosquitoes have long been feared as carriers of deadly diseases, such as malaria and dengue fever. However, the NIH has found a way to transform these disease-carrying insects into powerful allies against diseases; by harnessing their natural feeding behaviour.


Researchers at the NIH have developed a technique that allows them to infect mosquitoes with specific vaccines, enabling them to deliver vaccinations to humans when they bite.

In light of the scientific breakthrough, many people are questioning the real intention or use of these mosquitoes in the future, especially as it relates to people who do not want to get vaccinated.

One main point made by persons questioning the breakthrough is how will these mosquitoes be controlled and differentiated on who to vaccinate, seeing that the majority of humans in the world did not want to be vaccinated in the recent Covid-19 fear.

One of the people asking these questions is Kim Iversen. Watch the video of her below:


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