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Natural Immunity Superior and Longer Lasting Compared to Vaccination and Boosters

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“Vaccination effectiveness wanes over time and tends to be lower against new variants.” [new variants are the ONLY existing variants].

Effectiveness of two-dose vaccine regimen:
Against infection: 54.3% at 7 months and 37.5% at 12 months; Against hospitalization: 85.8% at 7 months and 58.8% at 12 months; Against death: 89.6% at 7 months and 75.2% at 12 months.

Effectiveness of booster (3 Doses) vaccine regimen:
Against infection: 61.2% at 1 month and 16.2% at 3 months; Against hospitalization: 45.7% at 1 month, No data provided after 1 month; Against death: 29.8 % at 1 month, No data provided after 1 month.

Effectiveness of Natural Immunity (from prior infection):
Against infection: 86.5% at 4 months, 75.8% at 8 months, and 75.8% at 12 months; Against hospitalization: 96.2% at 4 months, 95.2% at 8 months, and 91% at 12 months; Against death: 94.5% at 4 months, 94.4% at 8 months, and 89.5% at 12 months.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

The vast majority of citizens, vaccinated and unvaccinated, have now been infected with, and now have natural immunity to, COVID-19. Natural Immunity provides FAR SUPERIOR, LONGER LASTING protection than vaccination against infection, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19.

This study proved that the risk of hospitalization and death from COVID-19 is exceedingly low. The mortality rate attributed to COVID-19 for the state of North Carolina between March 2, 2020 and June 3, 2022 (24,561 deaths/10,600,823 population) was 0.2%. That is a population survival rate of 99.8%.

The Infection Mortality Rate (death rate per infection) (24,561/2,771,364) was 0.8%. That is an infection survival rate of 99.2%. As the authors admit, a very large percentage of survived infections go unreported, so the actual infection survival rate is likely above 99.5%. With the exception of those with severe comorbidities, the risk from COVID-19 is less than influenza.

There is less than a 1% absolute difference in survival rates between the unvaccinated and vaccinated and in the general population prior to and after vaccines became available.

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO

You need to learn and act upon the science - you need to ensure you reduce your comorbidities and improve your immune system and overall health to the greatest degree possible.

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Reference:

Yin et al. (2022) Association of Primary and Booster Vaccination and Prior Infection With SARS-CoV-2 Infection and Severe COVID-19 Outcomes. JAMA Sept 26, 2022

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