Source: by Kyle Becker
The fallout continues from the CDC’s ‘bombshell’ report on natural immunity this week. The report set off a wave of confusion among natural immunity deniers, who believed that ‘vaccines‘ were the only way for people to get protection to Covid-19.
The CDC report nonetheless showed that prior infections were potent protection during the Delta variant wave in 2021.
“During America’s last surge of the coronavirus driven by the Delta variant, people who were unvaccinated but survived Covid were better protected than those who were vaccinated and not previously infected,” AFP reported on the new study.
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While new networks like CNN spun itself into retractions after reporting false takeaways from the CDC report, medical professionals dissected the data and evidence. The following are 7 medical professionals’ conclusions.
Dr. Marty Makary, a Harvard-educated member of the National Academy of Medicine and resident at John Hopkins, responded that the results were in line with what he had been saying all along.
The data are now abundantly clear. Natural imm is more effective than vax imm.— Marty Makary MD, MPH (@MartyMakary) January 20, 2022
Sadly, tens of thousands Americans lost their job & livelihood because the Ab circulating in their blood are Ab the govt does not recognize. Sci group think ruined their careers. Agree to Re-instate👇🏼 https://t.co/k0twDp3VMx
The data are now abundantly clear,” Makary said. “Natural imm[unity] is more effective than vax imm[unity]. Sadly, tens of thousands Americans lost their job & livelihood because the Ab [antibodies] circulating in their blood are Ab [antibodies] the govt does not recognize. Sci group think ruined their careers.”
“Agree to Re-instate,” he added, referring to those who lost their jobs over the ‘vaccine’ mandates.
Dr. Makary has been undertaking his own studies on natural immunity. One of the reasons for doing the research was to pressure the NIH and CDC into doing it.