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What is the key to accelerating finding the Cure for COVID-19?

Dear Editor,

Thank you for taking your time to speak with me over the phone. On Behalf of HWPL (Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of light) I would like to ask you for media coverage on this positive news on Covid-19 vaccine.

We appreciate your help in contributing to spread this  beautiful work of the Shincheonji people who contributed to developing the treatment for COVID-19.

Ever since the beginning of the pandemic, no one could predict how long society would be impacted with the phenomena that is known as COVID-19. In recent reports, the United States has reached over 10 million affected citizens — and the rates keep rising in 43 states, breaking a world record. It is evident that this virus will not fight itself.

“Youth in Pandemic: Hopes and Fears for an Uncertain Future,” a comprehensive study from VICE that includes nearly 10,000 respondents across 30 countries, reveals how Millennials and Gen Zers are have been affected by the pandemic. COVID-19 has led to global increase in mental health disorders such as stress, anxiety, depressive symptoms, insomnia, denial, anger and fear. In a time that is uncertain one thing remains concrete; we need a cure.

Many different countries from the UK, Germany, India, Russia, Italy, South Korea, and here in the United States, have all been in the process of formulating a cure that can heal the world once for all. But the question is, how come we don’t have the cure yet and how can we accelerate finding the cure?

What is needed most at this time is global collaboration, harmonized efficacy trials, and data-sharing in the media, which are key. Take, for example, a group of 4,000 recovered patients from Shincheonji Church of Jesus, who are serving as a primary example of group contribution in donating plasma.

For the purpose of developing plasma treatment, members of this church participated in plasma donation for three weeks, starting on Nov 16th. About 1,700 have already contributed and 312 people have participated at least twice.

If all local societies can come together to collaborate in the same way of group plasma donation, that much quicker, researchers and developers, can find the cure to this deadly virus. The KCDC released an official document expressing appreciation to Shincheonji Church (Chairman Lee, Man Hee) for “active participation in the collection of plasma as a group for the development of a coronavirus cure for the purpose of national health safety under the global crisis caused by the COVID-19.”

Now, more than ever, it is crucial that all citizens, local and national learn from each other and unite in fighting against this disease that has taken away so many of our loved ones. This global pandemic cannot be solved by one individual country, but rather, it will take collective measures from all nations to participate and find the cure together.

As an international peace NGO we hope that this news would give hope for those who wait for the cure for COVID-19.

Should you have any inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact me through email or telephone.


Xiomara Vasquez
HWPL | Public Relations Dept.
Southeast Branch

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