Natural immunity to vaccine-induced immunity

by Mark S. Railey
Sep. 15, 2021

Why have companies chosen not to require the Covid vaccination?

Essentially because after a highly contested election, the disease has been politicized and the communication from the government along with mainstream media/social media, to a great extent, has chosen to side with the progressives over and against the more conservative and independent population.

What does science say about natural immunity vs. the vaccine?

According to Yale, BMJ, and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory findings reported by MedRxiv, "natural immunity confers longer-lasting and stronger protection against infection, symptomatic disease and hospitalization caused by the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2, compared to the BNT162b2 two-dose vaccine-induced immunity."

In simple terms, the science is saying, just like it is better to get chickenpox rather than take a chickenpox vaccine, it is better to get Covid rather than take the current vaccine. Note: This does not mean that next year's shot won't be better against Covid. It just means, politics aside, those who have chosen not to get the vaccine who have then contracted Covid, may have made the healthier choice.

What is next in the conversation?

There needs to be a massive de-politicization of the vaccine/disease in the media. People need to see the real morbidity numbers (not dying WITH Covid but dying FROM Covid).

There needs to be a thorough understanding of what actually happens to the body during the disease versus what happens to the body after vaccination.

These three need to happen so that people can feel that they are making an informed choice rather than being coerced by a hostile government/media.

Peace and unity could be restored to America but only after citizens choose to de-politicize their health care, education, economy, businesses, homes (lockdowns), selves (masking), etc.

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