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COVID survivors with natural immunity at low risk for reinfection
Uppity Me
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COVID survivors with natural immunity at low risk for reinfection or severe symptoms, study finds
Reinfections had 90% lower odds of resulting in hospitalization or death, The New England Journal of Medicine study found

(you get sick, you get well. Let's hear it for herd immunity)

https://americasvoice.news/justthenews/c...-symptoms/

Patients who survived COVID-19 have such strong natural immunity that their chance of reinfection or serious side effects is minimal, according to a new study published in The New England Journal of Medicine.

The study conducted by researchers in Qatar reviewed global databases for 353,000 coronavirus patients who were infected between Feb. 28, 2020 and April 28, 2021.

The researchers excluded about 87,500 people who were vaccinated, and found of the remaining population only 1,304 got reinfected, with none requiring ICU hospitalization.

“Reinfections had 90% lower odds of resulting in hospitalization or death than primary infections,”the researchers said. “…Reinfections were rare and were generally mild, perhaps because of the primed immune system after primary infection.”

“Accordingly, for a person who has already had a primary infection, the risk of having a severe reinfection is only approximately 1% of the risk of a previously uninfected person having a severe primary infection,” the study concluded.

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RE: COVID survivors with natural immunity at low risk for reinfection
Uppity Me  Wrote: (11-28-2021 11:12 PM)
COVID survivors with natural immunity at low risk for reinfection or severe symptoms, study finds
Reinfections had 90% lower odds of resulting in hospitalization or death, The New England Journal of Medicine study found

(you get sick, you get well. Let's hear it for herd immunity)

https://americasvoice.news/justthenews/c...-symptoms/

Patients who survived COVID-19 have such strong natural immunity that their chance of reinfection or serious side effects is minimal, according to a new study published in The New England Journal of Medicine.

The study conducted by researchers in Qatar reviewed global databases for 353,000 coronavirus patients who were infected between Feb. 28, 2020 and April 28, 2021.

The researchers excluded about 87,500 people who were vaccinated, and found of the remaining population only 1,304 got reinfected, with none requiring ICU hospitalization.

“Reinfections had 90% lower odds of resulting in hospitalization or death than primary infections,”the researchers said. “…Reinfections were rare and were generally mild, perhaps because of the primed immune system after primary infection.”

“Accordingly, for a person who has already had a primary infection, the risk of having a severe reinfection is only approximately 1% of the risk of a previously uninfected person having a severe primary infection,” the study concluded.

Yup
Fck dat Nazi Vaccine
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RE: COVID survivors with natural immunity at low risk for reinfection
Uppity Me  Wrote: (11-28-2021 11:12 PM)
COVID survivors with natural immunity at low risk for reinfection or severe symptoms, study finds
Reinfections had 90% lower odds of resulting in hospitalization or death, The New England Journal of Medicine study found

(you get sick, you get well. Let's hear it for herd immunity)

https://americasvoice.news/justthenews/c...-symptoms/

Patients who survived COVID-19 have such strong natural immunity that their chance of reinfection or serious side effects is minimal, according to a new study published in The New England Journal of Medicine.

The study conducted by researchers in Qatar reviewed global databases for 353,000 coronavirus patients who were infected between Feb. 28, 2020 and April 28, 2021.

The researchers excluded about 87,500 people who were vaccinated, and found of the remaining population only 1,304 got reinfected, with none requiring ICU hospitalization.

“Reinfections had 90% lower odds of resulting in hospitalization or death than primary infections,”the researchers said. “…Reinfections were rare and were generally mild, perhaps because of the primed immune system after primary infection.”

“Accordingly, for a person who has already had a primary infection, the risk of having a severe reinfection is only approximately 1% of the risk of a previously uninfected person having a severe primary infection,” the study concluded.



The ‘vaccines’ produced by Moderna, Pfizer, and J&J - all - only address spike proteins. Spike proteins are only ONE of over 50 structural, non-structural and accesory proteins that are part of a virus.

From birth we are all exposed to corona viruses and everyone therefor has some natural immunity against all corona viruses, including Cars-CoV2.

When someone who is not vaccinated is exposed to Sars-CoV2, their bodies produce T-cells and antibodies against ALL the proteins, thus creating a strong immune response that renders the virus mostly harmless. It’s only those who are’ at risk’ with co-morbidities that might encounter more severe symptoms and potentially death.

When someone who is vaccinated is exposed to Sars-Cov2, their DNA has been altered (or ‘directed’, as the narrative goes) to respond ONLY to the spike proteins. This ‘weak response’ allows the virus to mutate easily because the ‘challenge’ to it is minimal. A viruses sole purpose is to stay alive, so it fights when challenged. And when it only has one protein to deal with it easily evolves to adapt and that’s when we get these current variants.

This isn’t conspiracy theory, it is scientific fact. It is what is taught in first year virology courses. - along with the fact that you do NOT vaccinate during an epidemic pandemic because that’s when a virus is most virulent. It’s the science I learned in pre-med. And it’s the science that every virologist knows. And that’s where the question of ‘conspiracy theory’ arises - big pharma and the ‘scientists’ who work for them knew/know that the vaccines would cause more and possibly stronger mutations leading to more variants which would lead to an on-going ‘crisis’ of forever evolving variants. And that, then, creates the case for ‘them’ to push more vaccines … and then enter the political arena with mandates.

Pfizer, Moderna, J&J, and all the rest of pharmaceutical companies are just that - companies. They are not interested in health or improving any medical issue, rather, they are only concerned - and obligated by IRS law - to be responsible to their shareholders. They are corporations that are only interested in making money. And as Fauci once said in an interview years ago when talking about HIV and vaccines: “There’s no money in creating cures for diseases. It’s only by way of the management of a disease by medical intervention that a pharmaceutical company can be profitable.” (And I can’t find that article anymore on the net, unfortunately).

Here is a video from the Florida Covid Summit that was held on November 6th. The first speaker, Dr Robert Malone - co-inventor of mRNA technology - discusses natural immunity vs vaccines and presents the science behind this topic. Malone starts peaking at 6:00 and he adresses the immunity issue at 37:45. I would watch his entire speech, though, to get a solid understanding of what he is saying.



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RE: COVID survivors with natural immunity at low risk for reinfection
mother nature. The antibody is different, too. Natural infection creates a "nucleocapsid" antibody while this weird vaccine they for some reason used the old spike protein for antibody selection, which is not very effective
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Maybe they have ulterior motives
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RE: COVID survivors with natural immunity at low risk for reinfection
Uppity Me  Wrote: (11-28-2021 11:12 PM)
COVID survivors with natural immunity at low risk for reinfection or severe symptoms, study finds
Reinfections had 90% lower odds of resulting in hospitalization or death, The New England Journal of Medicine study found

(you get sick, you get well. Let's hear it for herd immunity)

https://americasvoice.news/justthenews/c...-symptoms/

Patients who survived COVID-19 have such strong natural immunity that their chance of reinfection or serious side effects is minimal, according to a new study published in The New England Journal of Medicine.

The study conducted by researchers in Qatar reviewed global databases for 353,000 coronavirus patients who were infected between Feb. 28, 2020 and April 28, 2021.

The researchers excluded about 87,500 people who were vaccinated, and found of the remaining population only 1,304 got reinfected, with none requiring ICU hospitalization.

“Reinfections had 90% lower odds of resulting in hospitalization or death than primary infections,”the researchers said. “…Reinfections were rare and were generally mild, perhaps because of the primed immune system after primary infection.”

“Accordingly, for a person who has already had a primary infection, the risk of having a severe reinfection is only approximately 1% of the risk of a previously uninfected person having a severe primary infection,” the study concluded.

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RE: COVID survivors with natural immunity at low risk for reinfection
I see this is not going over well around here...



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RE: COVID survivors with natural immunity at low risk for reinfection
You're ignoring that fact that some people never recover fully from Covid-19. It's great to have natural immunity, but on the other hand, it's risky to catch Covid.[/sc]
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Bump
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RE: COVID survivors with natural immunity at low risk for reinfection
Euler  Wrote: (11-29-2021 01:13 AM)
Maybe they have ulterior motives

Testing their toys and pushing MRNA vaccines into being the standard.
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RE: COVID survivors with natural immunity at low risk for reinfection
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-30-2021 03:39 AM)
You're ignoring that fact that some people never recover fully from Covid-19. It's great to have natural immunity, but on the other hand, it's risky to catch Covid.[/sc]

And you are ignoring the fact that fully vaccinated people can have break through cases and some even can be hospitalized and die. Nothing in reality can alleviate all risk. Life is a risky venture.
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This new Omicron strain - highly contageous yet very mild - like a head cold I guess.
So wouldn't the antibodies from this be effective in preventing the more serious strain? How come we don't hear anyone talking about this? Because it doesn't exist

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Quote:...study underscores the importance for the public to understand that immunity from natural infection is not as long lasting as some may perceive, and certainly not lifelong...

...research has shown that vaccination following natural infection produces an even more robust immune respons... Hopefully, more people who’ve had infection in the past will choose to get vaccinated...

...reinfection with SARS-CoV-2 in people who had not received a vaccine could occur as soon as 3 months after initial infection... As new variants arise, previous immune responses become less effective at combating the virus. Those who were naturally infected early in the pandemic are increasingly likely to become reinfected in the near future...
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/article...izing-risk

Quote:Without Covid-19 jab, ‘reinfection may occur every 16 months’

Reports grow of repeat infection as experts warn prevalence among school pupils puts older people at risk

As Covid-19 infections surge in England, people are increasingly reporting catching Sars-CoV-2 for a second or even third time.

New analysis has suggested that unvaccinated individuals should expect to be reinfected with Covid-19 every 16 months, on average... reinfection risk appears to have been higher since May 2021 when Delta took over as the predominant variant...

...In Oklahoma, which has a population of about 3.9 million, there were 5,229 reinfections reported during September (equivalent to a reinfection rate of 1,152 per 100,000) and reinfections have risen 350% since May...

...If we had no infection controls, no one was masking or social distancing, there were no vaccines, we should expect reinfection on a three-month to five-year timescale – meaning that the average person should expect to get Covid every three months to five years...

...The major implications are that if you haven’t been vaccinated, you should get vaccinated, and if you’ve been infected, you should go ahead and get vaccinated anyway, because that will extend the duration of your protection...
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/o...scientists
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Some guy from my state running against Whitmer had covid and is getting antibody testing and has friends that are too and no one seems to be loosing immunity.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/28867541...498031805/
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RE: COVID survivors with natural immunity at low risk for reinfection
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-01-2021 02:30 AM)
Euler  Wrote: (11-29-2021 01:13 AM)
Maybe they have ulterior motives

Testing their toys and pushing MRNA vaccines into being the standard.

Maybe they want to inject everyone with an h.i.v. "variant" to give fauci a world of subjects to exoeriment on for an aids vaccine?
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