Natural immunity better protects against the Delta strain of COVID-19 than a vaccine, according to a study released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Wednesday.
Researchers examined COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations from May through November 2021 in California and New York. The research team examined case and hospitalization rates among four cohorts of people: the unvaccinated and previously uninfected, the vaccinated and previously infected, the unvaccinated with a previous COVID-19 diagnosis, and the vaccinated with a previous COVID-19 diagnosis.
The study found that the natural immunity obtained through recovering from a bout of COVID-19 gave people a much greater degree of protection against the Delta strain of COVID-19 than receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. The study said:
By the week beginning October 3, compared with COVID-19 cases rates among unvaccinated persons without a previous COVID-19 diagnosis, case rates among vaccinated persons without a previous COVID-19 diagnosis were 6.2-fold (California) and 4.5-fold (New York) lower; rates were substantially lower among both groups with previous COVID-19 diagnoses, including 29.0-fold (California) and 14.7-fold lower (New York) among unvaccinated persons with a previous diagnosis, and 32.5-fold (California) and 19.8-fold lower (New York) among vaccinated persons with a previous diagnosis of COVID-19. During the same period, compared with hospitalization rates among unvaccinated persons without a previous COVID-19 diagnosis, hospitalization rates in California followed a similar pattern. These results demonstrate that vaccination protects against COVID-19 and related hospitalization, and that surviving a previous infection protects against a reinfection and related hospitalization. Importantly, infection-derived protection was higher after the Delta variant became predominant, a time when vaccine-induced immunity for many persons declined because of immune evasion and immunologic waning (2,5,6).See link above
Posted: Dec 4, 2021 / 11:48 PM MST / Updated: Dec 4, 2021 / 11:53 PM MST
EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – A new analysis published in The American Journal of Cardiology has revealed a possible link between Covid-19 vaccines and an elevated risk of Myopericarditis, which is an inflammation of the heart muscle.
According to CDC data about 2,300 reports of myocarditis occurred from 1990 to 2020. Of those, nearly 2,000 were reported in 2021 in people who received the Covid-19 vaccine.
After tracking data from about 200,000 adults the group was able to identify cases of the disease that came after being vaccinated but said more research needs to be done.
The authors said their work “reaffirms the apparent increase in the diagnosis of myopericardttis in men – most often between the ages of 25 to 44 – who received the Covid-19 vaccination.
Most cases of Myocarditis with clinical symptoms resolved with-in six days, according to the analysis.
This nurse states that the media/hospitals are pushing three main lies: 1. There is no early treatment 2. The hospitals are overrun 3. The hospitals are full of unvaccinated people sick. She says these are all lies that most of the patients are vaccinated and those who are unvaccinated got sick after contact with their vaccinated friends and family. She says she is coming forward because she can no longer continue to lie to families when they ask if they are doing everything they can to save their loved one.