A couple of things I was pondering last night...it seems to me injecting any part of the covid genome could have serious consequences if you are colonized with the virus..a carrier so to speak...the question is, will the proteins bind to virus and trigger an active illness? If so, then everyone must have a negative test prior to administration of vaccination.  On that same note...exposure...the theory right now...you can't get the flu from the flu shot, you must have already been exposed when you got the flu shot...it seems to me if you have an unidentified exposure and you add those proteins...that could actually accelerate/fortify the virus. Among nursing home populations I think a 10 day isolation prior to vaccination with 2 negative tests a week apart....better safe than sorry. Unless the researchers have any better ideas or data nixing my suspicions?