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Global WholeHealth Partners Corp (GWHP-OTC) Acquires Rights to Distribute & Sell a 3rd COVID-19 Vaccine - Moderna

Moderna Generated $1.94 Billion in Revenue During the First Quarter, with $1.73 Billion Coming from Its COVID-19 Shot

Company Now Has the Rights to Distribute & Sell Three of the Most Popular COVID-19 Vaccines in the World: The Pfizer-BioNTech; Moderna and J&J COVID-19 Vaccines

Global WholeHealth Partners Corp. (OTC: GWHP), a company that offers one of the largest lines of COVID 19 tests including SARS-CoV-2 viruses and that states that its Antibody IgG/IgM tests that they offer are capable of detecting all the current identified SARS-CoV-2 viruses, and that recently announced that they had acquired the rights to be able to distribute and sell both Pfizer-BioTech and Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine, today announced that they have now, also, acquired the rights to sell and distribute Moderna’s vaccine.

As with the Johnson & Johnson 8K filed on June 10, 2021, for the J&J rights, the Company filed on June 16, 2021, for Pfizer and filed for Moderna on June 25, 2021, stating that “Effective June 22, 2021, Global WholeHealth Partners Corporation (the “Company”) was granted the rights from Nunzia Pharmaceutical Inc. (“Nunzia”) to distribute and sell the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine. The Company will serve as a broker for Nunzia and follow the same sales order processing as used by Nunzia in connection with the distribution and sale of the Vaccine.”[1]

According to reports: “With additional supply agreements under its belt, Moderna now predicts its vaccine will generate $19.2 billion by year’s end. In comparison, rival drugmaker Pfizer posted $3.5 billion in COVID-19 vaccine sales during its first quarter and also upped its anticipated 2021 revenues to a whopping $26 billion, according to its earnings report released on Tuesday. More supply deals are likely on the horizon for Moderna, executives hinted. In Europe, mRNA vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer have already started taking a larger slice of the COVID-19 vaccine market…[2]

The Company already offers one of the largest lines of COVID 19 tests, including the strains identified in the United Kingdom (B.1.1.7), South Africa (B.1.351), and Brazil (P.1) strain contains multiple mutations, most reflected in the S gene, which encodes the spike protein.

Mr. Charles Strongo, the CEO and Chairman of WholeHealth Products Inc., said: “Global will now have both J&J’s extremely convenient 1-shot vaccine, we now have the rights to the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines, which are generally considered the ones with highest efficacy…. Including against variants. ”

About Global WholeHealth Partners Corp

GWHP develops, manufactures, and markets in vitro diagnostic (IVD) tests for OTC, or consumer-use as well as professional rapid diagnostic point-of-care (POC) test kits for hospitals, physicians' offices, and medical clinics in the US and abroad. The Company has the capacity to deliver hundreds of thousands of tests, and can ramp up to 1 million tests per day and the Company presently has 56 products FDA approved and many are Approved for OTC use, and 9 POC products approved by the FDA, many of which are approved for OTC use, and 15 POC products approved by the CLIA WAIVED FDA.

For more information please go to: www.gwhpcorp.com

Media: Charles Strongo 714-392-9752

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