Natural Immunity More Protective Over Time Than COVID-19 Vaccination: Study

Natural Immunity More Protective Over Time Than COVID-19 Vaccination: Study

The most overlooked, and yet most obvious scientific data on COVID, governments, and politicians should consider is natural immunity.

Countless numbers of Americans have had COVID without any significant symptoms, but testing shows that a high number of antibodies developed to help fight further infections from the virus. In spite of this, the Biden administration and many progressive politicians are following Dr. Fauci’s recommendations to require this group to be vaccinated anyway.

According to a new study from Israel, the Immunity people enjoy after recovering from COVID-19 is better than the protection bestowed from vaccination

Researchers analyzing data from the county’s health database from August to September found both COVID-19 infections and severe disease were higher among the vaccinated than those who recovered from the illness, also known as people with natural immunity.

For instance, the naturally immune had a 10.5 per 100,000 infection rate four to six months following their recovery, versus a 69.2 per 100,000 rate among the vaccinated.

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The number of severe cases was also higher among the vaccinated: 0.9 percent of all cases among that group were severe, compared with 0.5 percent of cases among the recovered.

Researchers found that protection against infection dropped over time among both the recovered and vaccinated, but the drop was more pronounced among the vaccinated.

They also studied two other cohorts: people with natural immunity who later got a vaccine, and people who got a vaccine and later recovered from an infection.

Case rates were low in both those groups. They were the lowest by a small number in the naturally immune who got a jab.

“We found that protection against the Delta variant wanes over time for both vaccinated and previously infected individuals and that an additional dose restores protection,” Yair Goldberg, an associate professor at the Israel Institute of Technology who led the pre-print study (pdf), told The Epoch Times in an email.

The study analyzed the effectiveness of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, the one most used in Israel.

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