UK Vaccine Task Force

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Group.png UK Vaccine Task Force  
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FormationMay 2020
Founder• Patrick Vallance
• Chris Whitty
Membership• Theodore Agnew
• Steve Barclay
• Steve Bates
• John Bell
• Kate Bingham
• Tim Colley
• Clive Dix
• Nick Elliott MBE
• Matt Hancock
• Divya Chadha Manek
• Madelaine McTernan
• Ian McCubbin
• Dan Osgood
• Alok Sharma
• Ruth Todd
• Jonathan Van-Tam
• Patrick Vallance?
• Chris Whitty?

Own words

Kate Bingham, chair of the group wrote in The Lancet that "The Vaccine Taskforce was the brainchild of Sir Patrick Vallance, the UK Government's chief scientific advisor, who saw the need for a dedicated, nimble private-sector team of experts embedded in the Government to drive forward the development of vaccines for the UK and internationally."[1]


Members include John Bell,[2] who attended the 2013 Bilderberg. When interviewed by John Snow in 2020 he stated that “These [COVID-19] vaccines are unlikely to completely sterilize a population. They're very likely to have an effect which works in a percentage. Say, 60% or 70%.”[3]

Kate Bingham was appointed chair of the group on 16 May 2020 but stepped down after "criticism when it was reported that Ms Bingham, a former venture capitalist and the wife of Jesse Norman, a Tory minister, had used the services of eight consultants to advise her on media strategy."[4]


Employee on Wikispooks

Kate BinghamChair16 May 202031 December 2020


Known Participants

2 of the 18 of the participants already have pages here:

John BellMedical researcher who attended the 2013 Bilderberg. Appointed to the UK Vaccine Task Force. Became a center of attention when he stated that COVID-19 vaccines "are unlikely to completely sterilize a population".
Matt HancockUK health secretary who promoted the UK Covid lockdown, while profiting financially from the UK government's handling of the event.