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HomeHealth CareThorner: Natural Immunity vs. the Jab

Thorner: Natural Immunity vs. the Jab



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By Nancy Thorner - 

In an article by Greg Piper, updated, November 9, 2021, "Naturally immune federal workers file class-action suit against Fauci COVID vaccine mandate," Piper writes:

Federal employees with natural immunity from COVID-19 infection filed a class-action lawsuit Friday against the members of President Biden's task force that enforces his COVID vaccine mandate for government workers, intending to stop it before a deadline this month.

The suit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, where plaintiff and civilian Navy employee Isaac McLaughlin lives and where some of the plaintiffs' agencies have offices.

The court is overseen by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which halted the related employer COVID vaccine mandate over the weekend, citing 'grave statutory and constitutional issues.'

Suit claims the feds are following the EPA's playbook for the Clean Power Plan, which the Supreme Court blocked before a lower court could review it.

 Natural immunity studies

A study done by the Cleveland Clinic based on data from 52,238 people from the Cleveland Clinic Health System – reveals that people who have been previously infected by SARS-CoV-2 do not gain any additional protective benefit from getting shot up with the COVID injection. Verify this story here, here, or this Australian site.
Following is another study showing the same results as the above Cleveland Clinic study.  A May 2020 study at Cell.com found 70% of samples from patients who had recovered from mild cases of COVID-19 had resistance to SARS-CoV-2 on the T-cell level.  40% to 60% of people who had not been exposed to SARS-CoV-2 also had resistance to the virus on the T-cell level. The authors suggest  there’s “cross-reactive T cell recognition between circulating ‘common cold’ coronaviruses and SARS-CoV-2.
Consider also this fairly recent study on June 8, 2021 at the Cleveland Clinic which found people who had tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 at least 42 days prior to vaccination reaped no additional benefit from the jabs anyway – see their site here, or a report at MedRXIV here.
An Israeli study summer, 2021 affirmed the superiority of natural immunity, as does this story at Technology Review; see also Neel V. Patel, “Covid-19 Immunity LIKELY Lasts for Years.” MIT Technology Review. MIT Technology Review, January 6, 2021.
Israeli Health Ministry data on the wave of COVID outbreaks which began in May 2021, found a 6.72 times greater level of protection among those with natural immunity compared to those with vaccinated immunity.
Dr. Martin Makary at Johns Hopkins University said “During every month of this pandemic, I've had debates with other public researchers about the effectiveness and durability of natural immunity. I've been told that natural immunity could fall off a cliff, rendering people susceptible to infection. But here we are now, over a year and a half into the clinical experience of observing patients who were infected, and natural immunity is effective and going strong. And that's because with natural immunity, the body develops antibodies to the entire surface of the virus, not just a spike protein constructed from a vaccine.”
Prof. Sunday Omilabu of Nigeria
A renowned virologist, Prof. Sunday Omilabu, has cautioned against vaccinating Nigerians that have acquired natural immunity to the COVID-19 virus.  https://www.vanguardngr.com › 2021 › 01 › vaccination-could-jeopardise-our-natural-immunity-to-covid-19-virologist-cautions


Omilabu, director of the Centre for Human and Zoonotic Virology at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital and the College of Medicine, University of Lagos, said giving the COVID-19 vaccine to such people could jeopardize their natural immunity.

“At present, the majority of us are carrying the virus without knowing that we carry it because the immunity in us is fighting the virus and playing it down so that the virulence will not show. We only see the virus’ effects in people with low level immunity,” he argued.
“My advice would be that before we jab anybody, we should make sure that they have low level immunity to SARS-COV2 (Covid-19) virus otherwise, the vaccine could jeopardise the natural immunity that we are enjoying right away."
There’s a very clear message out there that ‘OK, well natural infection does cause immunity, but it’s still better to get vaccinated."
Says Christine Stabell Benn, vaccinologist and professor in global health at the University of Southern Denmark:
“If natural immunity is strongly protective, as the evidence to date suggests it is, then vaccinating people who have had covid-19 would seem to offer nothing or very little to benefit, logically leaving only harms—both the harms we already know about as well as those still unknown..” 
“The CDC has acknowledged the small but serious risks of heart inflammation and blood clots after vaccination, especially in younger people. The real risk in vaccinating people who have had covid-19 “is of doing more harm than good.”
A large study in the UK and another that surveyed people internationally, found that people with a history of SARS-CoV-2 infection experienced greater rates of side effects after vaccination. Among 2000 people who completed an online survey after vaccination, those with a history of covid-19 were 56% more likely to experience a severe side effect that required hospital care.
There undoubtedly seems to be a political element in demanding that the Covid vaccine be taken without consideration for a person's natural immunity.


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  1. Also, in France, the health body la Haute Autorité de Santé (HAS) does not recommend routinely vaccinating those who have already recovered from COVID-19, stating: “At this stage, there is no need to systematically vaccinate people who have already developed a symptomatic form of Covid-19 unless they wish to do so following a decision shared with the doctor and within a minimum period of time. 3 months from the onset of symptoms.”