The following article was written by Pandata’s Marc Girardot and was published by BizNews last June 28, 2021. It is a summary of information about natural immunity and is endorsed by Prof. Michael Levitt, the only living South African Nobel Prize-winning scientist and one of the very first experts to speak up against lockdowns [Levitt has been speaking up against lockdowns since they were first imposed in March 2020. See These experts are criticizing the coronavirus panic].
In this article, Girardot takes a step-by-step approach to explain how immunity works. He then goes on to discuss the differences between natural immunity and COVID vaccine-induced immunity. Here are some of the most important insights shared by Girardot in this article.
- Without a functional immune system, there can be no effective vaccine.
- Once recovered, the immune response recedes through a decrease in antibodies. It is not only natural; it is indispensable to restore the body to a normal balanced state. A dropping number of antibody, B- and T-cells is reassuring, even healthy.
- Decrease in T-cells and antibodies doesn’t mean at all that immunity is gone. It means the immune system has adapted to a new situation and is now just on sentinel mode: Memory B- and T-cells circulate the blood and resident tissues, ready to act in case of future infections.
- Recent studies show that specific anti-SARS-CoV-2 immunity remains effective, possibly for a lifetime [such as in the case of survivors of the Spanish Flu and SARS-CoV, see Researchers find life-long immunity to Spanish flu, can natural immunity to SARS-CoV-2 offer the same? and New study found pre-existing SARS-CoV-2 immunity in general population].
- Reinfections can happen, but symptomatic reinfections are very rare. Reinfections play a positive public health role as they provide immune updates to the population. They can help provide a seamless and progressive adaptation to emerging new variants and strains.
- No variants today have escaped acquired immunity. There is ample evidence of the sophistication and breadth of the human immune system and it is clear that this arsenal cannot be evaded by a few minor changes in the genes of the virus.
- Natural immunity is superior to vaccine-induced immunity for various reasons:
- Vaccines focus on fewer immune targets. For example, most COVID vaccines today focus only on teaching the immune system to recognize the spike proteins of the virus.
- Vaccine immunity takes a longer immune trigger time because of the smaller repertoire of immune targets.
- The method of delivery of vaccines does not mimic viral penetration and propagation, hence, they do not “set up” sentinels in entry points.
- Vaccines are a medical procedure and should never be taken lightly. Vaccines tinker with the balance in one’s immune system, which necessitates that they undergo rigid safety protocols before mass rollouts.
Girardot states that experts who are advising people who are healthy or who have recovered from COVID-19 to take the vaccine are questionable.
Editor’s Note: If there is one article you must read to better understand natural immunity, it is this. This article will give you peace of mind, knowing that you possess the only effective “tool” that can defeat any virus, present or future. There is no need to risk your life and liberty for an experimental vaccine. You can take control of your own health.
To learn more about the power of the immune system, read these articles: New study finds mild COVID creates lasting antibody producing cells, New study: T-cells induced by COVID infection can respond to new SARS-CoV-2 variants, Our immune system evolves to fight coronavirus variants, Study of 10-million person-identifiable PCR-test in Denmark shows young people protected from SARS-CoV-2 reinfection, New study from Cleveland Clinic shows vaccine provides no added benefit to those who already had COVID, Natural immunity triggered by COVID infection superior to vaccine-induced immunity, Researchers find life-long immunity to Spanish flu, can natural immunity to SARS-CoV-2 offer the same?
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