2021 Aug 16, 10:02am
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Robert W Malone, MD@RWMaloneMD3hThe WHO just posted this on facebook. The WHO cite no peer reviewed papers, data or evidence. I am providing the FB link also. facebook.com/WHO/posts/45675…Robert W Malone, MD@RWMaloneMD2hSo anyone/scientist/politician/journalist who posts counter to this WHO narrative can now be labelled as a "dis-informer" and attacked by fact checkers. Think about that.2:01 PM · Aug 16, 2021
Dr. Marty Makary, a professor at John Hopkins School of Medicine, during an appearance on The Vince Coglianese Show, said individuals formerly infected with COVID-19 are seven times more likely then vaccinated people to fight off the virus.“It appears that natural immunity is better against the Delta variant. When you get infected with COVID, your body’s immune system develops antibodies to the entire surface of the virus,” Makary said. “Not just the slight protein that the vaccines gives you, but the entire surface. And so you get a more diverse antibody portfolio in your system.”Makary said data from Israel revealed that natural immunity appears to be 6.7x more effective than being vaccinated when it comes to fighting off COVID-19.
TrueNorth@xwill1008hReplying to @RWMaloneMDWashington U in St Louis, the Cleveland Clinic, Rockefeller U, Emory U and just yesterday CSH, BMJ and Yale have studies that lead to the opposite conclusion. Recovery from Covid confers broader and more durable protection. The WHO post is misinformation.
Nearly 40% of new COVID patients were vaccinated - compared to just 1% who had been infected previously.
“It appears that natural immunity is better against the Delta variant. When you get infected with COVID, your body’s immune system develops antibodies to the entire surface of the virus,” Makary said. “Not just the slight protein that the vaccines gives you, but the entire surface. And so you get a more diverse antibody portfolio in your system.”
Jenin Younes (Leftylockdownskeptic)@Leftylockdowns1Aug 14People who are pushing the vaccine should understand the denial of natural immunity is a major contributing factor in vaccine hesitancy. The denial is so contrary to the science that it makes people suspicious there is a greater agenda at play.4:48 PM · Aug 14, 2021
Paul D'Acri@manraygun1Aug 14Replying to @Leftylockdowns1 @MartinKulldorffMore broadly, it's the one-size-fits-all vaccinate everybody payoff to Pharma with no regard for individual risk, age, obesity, etc.
SWLion@swlion1371Aug 14Replying to @Leftylockdowns1Well sure, that combined with 24×7 propaganda/censorship on a global scale. And mandates that if you don’t get jabbed, you will lose your job or your ability to travel, etc.
JoMama@yojojomoAug 14Replying to @Leftylockdowns1Absolutely! And all of the hypocrisy. The open border, the parties, the photo ops, the deceptive data….None of it makes sense.
H Johnson@Pyr0saAug 14Replying to @Leftylockdowns1 @MartinKulldorffIf they would simply spend a SMALL percentage of their budgets on accurate (and just as tacked/verifiable) antibodies tests (i.e., "verified already had it, natural immunity in effect), then they'd eliminate a HUGE amount of hesitancy & distrust. TINY spend, small messaging add.
M Norrid@MNorridAug 14Replying to @Leftylockdowns1Even more suspicious is the censoring of scientists and doctors who advise against it or promote alternative drug therapeutics. Apparently vaccines also make one immune to authoritarian tendencies.
Soulwellness Coach@HarbordUrsulaAug 15Replying to @Leftylockdowns1Hesitant because of its licenced for emergency use only and lack of safety data. If they were serious about saving lives they would be using Ivermectin
ALL the Things@PhantomBreakingAug 15Replying to @Leftylockdowns1Exactly. If this were anything but a money grab, an antibody test card would be seen as equally valid as a vaccination card.
College Baseball 365@Stu_Murray1Aug 17The Delta “scare”, in perspective. UK’s Official VoC Report (Aug 6; Table 5)147,612 Delta infections in unvaccinated people < age 5048 deaths 99.97% survival, if infected at allAnd we need to vax everyone w/ unproven jabs?
In Israel, vaccinated individuals had 27 times higher risk of symptomatic COVID infection compared to those with natural immunity from prior COVID disease [95%CI:13-57, adjusted for time of vaccine/disease].
Update on my parents: Dad told me this morning he turned the corner on Covid. The only thing he has taken for Covid was Ivermectin, Tylenol and 1 IV (he was dehydrated). I just got off the phone with mom and she said she is feeling much better. All she has taken for Covid is HCQ, Mucinex and 1 IV. They are both 83 with many health issues. They are both VERY tired and LOW energy. I think they will have low energy for awhile yet.
The level of lying by the WHO is nothing short of criminal.The WHO is the single greatest threat to public health on earth.
Monica Gandhi MD, MPH@MonicaGandhi918hSince this is largest study of re-infection (albeit with the 3 week Pfizer vax which probably has lowest antibodies) and shows that natural immunity confers strong protection from re-infection (& 1 dose helps), US at this point needs to consider immunity rather than vax passports12:01 PM · Aug 26, 2021
US at this point needs to consider immunity rather than vax passports
Vaccinating people who have had covid-19: why doesn’t natural immunity count in the US? ...In contrast to this collective data demonstrating both adequate and long-lasting protection in those who have recovered from COVID-19, the duration of vaccine-induced immunity is not fully known - but breakthrough infections in Israel, Iceland and in the US suggests a few months. Before CDC decided to stop collecting data on all breakthrough infections at the end of April, 2021, it reported >10,000 breakthrough infections (2 weeks after completion of vaccination) in the US, with a mortality of ~2% (6). Booster COVID vaccine recommendations have been already announced in Israel and in the US proving vaccine failure within 6 months.How should we use the collective data to prioritize vaccination? These new data support simple and logical concepts. The goal of vaccination is to generate memory cells that can recognize SARS-CoV-2 and rapidly generate neutralizing antibodies that either prevent or mitigate both infection and transmission. Those who have survived COVID-19 must almost by definition have mounted an effective immune response; it is not surprising that the evolving literature shows that prior infection decreases vulnerability. In our view, the data suggest that people confirmed to have been infected with SARS-CoV-2 may not need vaccination. We should not be debating the implications of prior infection; we should be debating how to confirm prior infection.
09/14/21•BIG PHARMA › VIEWSVaccinating People Who Have Had COVID-19: Why Doesn’t Natural Immunity Count in the U.S.?The CDC estimates that SARS-CoV-2 has infected more than 100 million Americans, and evidence is mounting that natural immunity is at least as protective as vaccination. Yet public health leadership says everyone needs the vaccine.