Covid-19: Is Herd Immunity Possible At This Point?

With total covid-19 cases worldwide having punched above 10 million and the US now experiencing 50,000(!) new infections per day, the end to the pandemic looks nowhere in sight.

For those hoping a vaccine will ride to our rescue, we’re stuck in a cycle of good news/bad news as nearly every promising initial result is soon followed by a list of setbacks. Complicating the matter is that former covid patients appear to be losing their antibodies quickly — suggesting that lasting immunity may not a realistic expectation. Meanwhile, more research data is pointing to the conclusion that the virus did develop, in part, in a lab. With 90% confidence.

Oh boy…

      
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4 Responses to Covid-19: Is Herd Immunity Possible At This Point?

  1. M. Teahy says:

    how do vaccines work?

    • David says:

      Like antibiotics, it depends on the type. A vaccine based on the spike protein is a death sentence for about 1/3 of the people if they have a cytokine storm reaction to a mutated strain of HB-19.

      • unobetter says:

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaccination
        Vaccination is the administration of a vaccine to help the immune system develop protection from a disease. Vaccines contain a microorganism or virus in a weakened, live or killed state, or proteins or toxins from the organism. In stimulating the body’s adaptive immunity, they help prevent sickness from an infectious disease.

        Nothing whatsoever like antibiotics. Red Herrings about new protein vaccines is a wonderful way to avoid answering a question that you don’t like the answer to.

        Since the development of vaccination by Jenner in the late 18th century, all vaccines have worked the same. Even a weakened virus engenders IMMUNITY. If immunity is impossible as Martenson says; then standard vaccines are OF NO EFFECT.

        Make sure you get yours early and often.

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