Study Suggests COVID Survivors Have More Immunity Than Vaccinated
Moderna CEO, Stephane Bancel says we are looking at another 12 to 18 months of COVID-19 affecting our lives. COVID will still be around after that, but it will be less severe according to a new article from Ladders.
What I find interesting is that a medRviv study suggests COVID-19 survivors may have more immunity to variants than the vaccinated have. This is something I have suspected for a long time. If this is true, why would people who have had COVID-19 need or want to get vaccinated? Let alone get mandated to get vaccinated. Ponder that for a second.
Again, I'm saying for those who have had COVID-19 and survived, what's the point of getting the jab? People who have been vaccinated still get COVID-19. The vaccinated still spread the disease. What the vaccine will do is make COVID-19 less severe if you should happen to get it. That I get, and that is a reason to get the shot for some.
However, a recent report from medRviv stated that natural immunity may provide a better defense against the delta variant than vaccines do. BOOM, again, if you survived COVID-19 why would you get the vaccine if you're otherwise a healthy person? This is something I've been screaming about for a long time, and I've finally found evidence that suggests that.
Let me finish by saying I'm not anti-vax. The risks associated with getting the vaccine outway the reasons for not getting it. I just think it's ridiculous to mandate a person who's already had the disease to get the vaccine.
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