The Vaccines Aren’t Doing Their Job, But Your Immune Systems Are!
US CDC Issues Mask Mandates Even for the Fully Vaccinated.
People are understandably upset that the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) in the US has issued indoor mask mandates, even for fully vaccinated people, blaming it on the more transmissable Delta variant. They’re questioning why they have double-jabbed and their freedoms are not being given back, but rather taking a massive step backwards?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Tuesday that fully vaccinated individuals should wear masks in certain indoor areas and advised universal masking for schools regardless of individuals’ vaccination status amid rising infections due to the delta variant. CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky later said in a call with reporters that the decision to issue new guidance “was not something we took lightly,” but comes amid “worrisome” new science.
“In recent days, I have seen new scientific data from sequenced outbreak investigations showing that the delta variant behaves uniquely differently from past strains of the virus that cause COVID-19,” Walensky told reporters over a call. “Information on the delta variant from several states and other countries indicate that in rare occasions, some vaccinated people infected with the delta variant after vaccination may be contagious and spread the virus to others.”
Naturally, Pfizer Has a Treatment for the Delta Variant
A third dose of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine could “strongly” enhance protection against the Delta variant, the drugmaker said Wednesday.
The pharmaceutical company released data that showed that the booster shot could increase antibody levels against the mutation by more than five-fold in people ages 18 to 55, compared to just two doses.
For those ages 65 to 85, the third dose boosted antibody levels more than 11-fold.
Researchers said these findings, which have not been peer-reviewed or published in a scientific journal, indicated that the third dose “strongly” boosted protection against the Delta variant.
There’s an “estimated potential for up to 100-fold increase in Delta neutralization post-dose three compared to pre-dose three,” researchers said.
One of the common arguments for the vaccines have been that they make it less likely for people to transmit the virus once they’ve had the vaccine, which is clearly not the case since the CDC itself has determined that fully vaccinated people have much higher viral loads than previously thought, and can infect other people with the more transmissable Delta variant.
If you’ve been following the science, unlike governments around the world, you’d know that viruses that become more transmissable are generally weaker variants of a virus, not more dangerous ones.
If the vaccines were supposed to stop the spread, why hasn’t the Pfizer one done this?
It’s all too convenient that Pfizer has increased its order book for its vaccine to over $30b this year alone, based on two jabs only, and now they’re pushing a third dose to halt the spread of the Delta variant? If I were the CEO of such a company, playing on the understandable fears of a globally brainwashed populace, I’d also be taking every opportunity to push for greater uptake of my product. My job is to make money, not dick about, and if I were dicking about the board of directors would just replace me with someone who didn’t dick about
Guess What? Your Immune System is the Best Protection Against COVID-19
Recovered COVID-19 patients retain broad and effective longer-term immunity to the disease, suggests a recent Emory University study, which is the most comprehensive of its kind so far. The findings have implications for expanding understanding about human immune memory as well as future vaccine development for coronaviruses.
The longitudinal study, published recently on Cell Reports Medicine, looked at 254 patients with mostly mild to moderate symptoms of SARS-CoV-2 infection over a period for more than eight months (250 days) and found that their immune response to the virus remained durable and strong.
Emory Vaccine Center director Rafi Ahmed, PhD, and a lead author on the paper, says the findings are reassuring, especially given early reports during the pandemic that protective neutralizing antibodies did not last in COVID-19 patients.
“The study serves as a framework to define and predict long-lived immunity to SARS-CoV-2 after natural infection. We also saw indications in this phase that natural immunity could continue to persist,” Ahmed says. The research team will continue to evaluate this cohort over the next few years.
It most likely may come as an awful surprise to the double vaccinated that their faith in a pharmaceutical company to save them from this endless nightmare of lockdowns and useless mask mandates could have been misplaced, especially since they’re being asked to go back to living in fear, so it would probably come as a shock to these people that our natural immune systems offer way more protection than the vaccines themselves.
When this pandemic broke they were saying that there was no way of knowing for sure that our immune systems would build up any kind of resistance to future infections should we have been infected once.
Now the lid has been blown on that, it should come as no surprise to those of us who have not placed our trust in the government, and big pharma, that our bodies have the ability to fight back against COVID-19 should we have been infected just once.
The initial advice when all hell broke loose was that this virus was particularly deadly to the elderly, and the vulnerable, and that it really didn’t affect younger age groups, especially those under the age of 40, and definitely not children.
You would have thought that we would have advised the most vulnerable to shield in their homes while we let the virus work its way through the rest of the population to build up herd immunity, wouldn’t you? Instead we followed a path never before embarked upon, with constant fear-mongering on every news source, and placed our faith in the pharmaceutical companies and the government.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me!