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    COVID-19 Vaccines vs Natural Shield What You Need is…

    The science of COVID-19 vaccines versus Natural Shield is a big debate. What should one believe or choose to follow. While studies have been conducted to prove the likes of Dr. Fauci telling Americans that vaccines offer better protection than natural infection and then a study in Israel which defies his statement.

    COVID-19 Vaccines -What is the debate and what is the end goal for humanity?

    The new study by Israel on COVID body responses to vaccine versus natural immunity stated that natural protection is far superior than protection offered through vaccination. Especially the shield against the delta variant than vaccines.

    Meanwhile Dr. Fauci today said “The endgame is to suppress the virus,” In an interview published by Axios. “Right now, we’re still in pandemic mode, because we have 160,000 new infections a day.”

    The latest epidemiological data by the World Health Organization (WHO) shows that the US continues to report the highest number of fresh infections every day, followed by India, the UK, Iran, and Brazil. Last week, America reported nearly 1.3 million new cases, a 38% increase from the previous week.

    However, as on today the top US infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci said that the United States is still in the “pandemic mode” since the country is witnessing about 160,000 new coronavirus disease (Covid-19) cases every day. The US was reporting less than 16,000 daily new infections around mid-June before the highly contagious Delta variant drove the surge in Covid-19 cases.

    On natural versus vaccine induced protection the Israel study was described by Bloomberg as “the largest real-world analysis comparing natural immunity – gained from an earlier infection – to the protection provided by one of the most potent vaccines currently in use.”

    A few days ago, we also noted how remarkable it was that the mainstream press was finally giving voice to scientists to criticize President Biden’s push to start doling out booster jabs.

    This study further questions the credibility of relying on vaccines, given that the study showed that the vaccinated were ultimately 13x as likely to be infected as those who were infected previously, and 27x more likely to be symptomatic.

    Dr. Anthony Fauci and his colleagues on President Biden’s panel of White House COVID advisors spend a lot of time talking about “the science”, but as the delta variant has spread across the US, most of their recent policymaking has been more focused on creating the illusion of safety:

    Like demanding everybody in the country get vaccinated when studies show natural antibodies already offer protection, while new evidence continues to emerge about dangerous side effects associated with the jabs (especially the mRNA jabs).

    Just as new data show that young people are at heightened risk for rare side effects like heart inflammation (with the Moderna jab carrying a higher risk), scientists are claiming that the push for boosters represents a rush to judgment, since it’s still unclear whether the waning protection against ‘breakthrough’ infection also leaves patients more vulnerable to severe illness.

    While one might be tempted to assume that more infections means more hospitalizations and deaths, ‘breakthrough’ infections tend to be far milder, and only the most vulnerable patients are likely to be impacted severely.

    Meanwhile, The Biden administration’s plan to provide COVID-19 vaccine boosters is based on concerns that a decrease in the vaccines’ ability to protect against milder infections could also mean people will have less protection against severe illness, a premise that has yet to be proven, scientists said on Thursday.

    The end game is to suppress the virus says Dr. Fauci

    “The endgame is to suppress the virus,” Fauci said in an interview published by Axios. “Right now, we’re still in pandemic mode, because we have 160,000 new infections a day.” Dr. Fauci

    The latest epidemiological data by the World Health Organization (WHO) shows that the US continues to report the highest number of fresh infections every day, followed by India, the UK, Iran, and Brazil. Last week, America reported nearly 1.3 million new cases, a 38% increase from the previous week.

    “That’s not even modestly good control … which means it’s a public health threat,” the 81-year-old immunologist said.

    “In a country of our size, you can’t be hanging around and having 100,000 infections a day. You’ve got to get well below 10,000 before you start feeling comfortable,” Axios quoted Fauci as saying.

    The country’s vaccination drive has hit a wall after an impressive initial rate. About 52% of the eligible population has been fully inoculated against Covid-19 but high vaccine hesitancy in some parts of the country has come up as a major challenge for authorities to contain the virus.

    Currently, most vaccines especially the made in india vaccine COVAXIN has claimed to offer protection against delta variant, with recent ICMR study endorsing the same.

    Made in India vaccine COVAXIN found to be effective against delta variants – ICMR Study

    COVAXIN is found to be effective against the Delta Plus (AY.1) variant of SARS-CoV2 virus, a new study by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has said. Despite a slight reduction in neutralisation antibody titres, Covaxin is effective against Delta, AY.1 (Delta Plus) and B.1.617.3 variants, the study added.

    Covaxin has been developed by Bharat Biotech and ICMR.

    “Our research showed that Covaxin could still neutralise Delta, AY.1 and B.1.617.3 variants,” Dr Samiran Panda, head of epidemiology and communicable diseases, ICMR.

    Other vaccines currently administered also claim to offer protection, but some of these vaccines reportedly have adverse reactions especially the mRNA vaccines.

    In a recent report it was observed

    The number of Covid cases being recorded daily in the West remains high, and even resembles earlier peaks at different points, or Covid waves, during the pandemic.

    The high numbers of cases remains attributable to the spread of the highly infectious delta variant, which usurped previous variants that themselves were more infectious than the original strain of Covid-19.

    The high numbers of cases remains attributable to the spread of the highly infectious delta variant, which usurped previous variants that themselves were more infectious than the original strain of Covid-19.

    Yet none of the vaccines in use in the U.S. or Europe is 100% effective, meaning that some vaccinated people will get Covid (so-called “breakthrough cases”) and a small number of those will get sick. The predominant delta variant has also lowered the efficacy of the vaccines on offer.

    Preliminary data published by the Israeli government in July showed that the Pfizer vaccine was just 16% effective against symptomatic infection for people who had received two doses in January. For people who had been fully vaccinated by April, the vaccine was 79% effective against symptomatic infection, suggesting that immunity gained through immunization depletes over time.

    So, the debate will continue, the end goal is to see that one day the world is free of COVID-19 what will prevail time will tell.

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