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SupermansJustice
10 minutes ago, Ehhhhhhh said:

Is this the compassionate sales from RVX?

The web site appears to be down. Any reason why? 

Just looking for more information. Seemed promising.

 

http://laboratoriosminerva.com/

It's called "vaccine laundering" so they don't legally assume the risk, but can reap financial gain

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RVX Patient and Investor
4 hours ago, SupermansJustice said:

It's called "vaccine laundering" so they don't legally assume the risk, but can reap financial gain

Do ever take a break?

The website is new, its just being edited.  The phone numbers are still good.  Give Dr.Veloz a call if you have a serious interest in the vax.

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moialbalushi
6 hours ago, RVX Patient and Investor said:

Do ever take a break?

The website is new, its just being edited.  The phone numbers are still good.  Give Dr.Veloz a call if you have a serious interest in the vax.

I think I will call her. What is her work time ? Im in the UAE so I assume it is different here

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Anglique

@moialbalushi can you plz let us know when u made a call???

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moialbalushi
7 hours ago, Anglique said:

@moialbalushi can you plz let us know when u made a call???

Sure but I need to know their working time !! 

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RVX Patient and Investor

i'm guessing they are 9-5 on Eastern time, (USA east coast)

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Ehhhhhhh

Does anyone know the requirements for the vaccine?

Is it reserved for people with Aciclovir resistant HSV2 or severe cases? 

 

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RVX Patient and Investor
Just now, Anglique said:

@RVX Patient and Investor u mean if i travel to to sint kittes,i will get a Vaccine???

I sarched every where but there is no info that say that i can get the vaccine there 

so what you need to do, is contact Dr.Luisa Veloz and talk to her, get a consultation.  it is up to HER, not me, as to who gets vaccines and who doesn't.

 

Just now, Ehhhhhhh said:

Does anyone know the requirements for the vaccine?

Is it reserved for people with Aciclovir resistant HSV2 or severe cases? 

 

again, questions best asked to her.

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moialbalushi

Guys. Anyone called her ? Im called twice and no reply. Plz let us know

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moialbalushi
40 minutes ago, Anglique said:

I also called friday but no answer

Ok so its not only me. Anyone else found the same issue ? 

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RVX Patient and Investor

Did u call the numbers I posted?  It's possible they were closed if no one answered at all.

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moialbalushi
24 minutes ago, RVX Patient and Investor said:

Did u call the numbers I posted?  It's possible they were closed if no one answered at all.

Yes man. I called on both numbers. Nothing

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RVX Patient and Investor
3 minutes ago, moialbalushi said:

Yes man. I called on both numbers. Nothing

so like i said, maybe they were closed.  lets try again monday between 10-4 in their timezone just to be safe, and see if you reach anyone.  if you don't, let me know.  i have told Dr.Veloz some people are having a problem, so she is aware.

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moialbalushi
1 minute ago, RVX Patient and Investor said:

so like i said, maybe they were closed.  lets try again monday between 10-4 in their timezone just to be safe, and see if you reach anyone.  if you don't, let me know.  i have told Dr.Veloz some people are having a problem, so she is aware.

 Ok cool thnx 

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Vaccine4love

Hello good morning sorry to hear some of you were trying to get in contact and could not. The site is under construction still and apparently was a problem with the phone lines. Minerva is going to post the new numbers as soon as possible. All the consultations are going to be channel through Minerva. Sorry for the inconvenience . Dr veloz

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Oddone

Silently watching and listening as with many others regarding this topic.  

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moialbalushi
2 hours ago, Vaccine4love said:

Hello good morning sorry to hear some of you were trying to get in contact and could not. The site is under construction still and apparently was a problem with the phone lines. Minerva is going to post the new numbers as soon as possible. All the consultations are going to be channel through Minerva. Sorry for the inconvenience . Dr veloz

Did you email her ? 

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RVX Patient and Investor
1 hour ago, moialbalushi said:

Did you email her ? 

That profile IS Dr.Veloz.

But she doesn't do consultations on HC, only via phone via Minerva Labs.

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