Natural immunity in front of Covid 19 has been a subject that was debated for a long time, and now it seems that more and more authorities are recognizing the power of natural immunity. Check out the latest reports below.
Natural immunity now and then
It’s been revealed that back in October 2020, just two months before the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) first granted emergency use authorization for COVID-19 vaccines, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, who went on to become director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) under the Biden administration, claimed that vaccines would be needed to achieve herd immunity.
It was said back then that this was because “there is no evidence for lasting protective immunity to SARS-CoV-2 following natural infection”.
A publication has been addressing the “lies” that CDC has been telling people deliberately about natural vs vaccine-induced immunity in front of Covid 19.
They also wrote the following:
“On January 15, 2021, the CDC started telling people with natural immunity that they, too, should get fully vaccinated on the grounds that this would provide them with an additional protective benefit beyond the protection afforded by natural immunity alone.”
The same publication continued and said the following about a new study:
“A study by CDC researchers published on January 19, 2022, in the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) not only shows incontrovertibly that natural immunity offered better protection than vaccine-induced immunity against the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2.”
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Moderna in the spotlight
In other recent news, Moderna has been making a lot of headlines recently following their covid vaccine.
Not too long ago, we were talking about the fact that there are all kinds of discussions about the potential side effects of the covid vaccine, and these include heart inflammation for younger people.
Check out the latest reports involving Moderna vaccines.
It seems that the very rare side effect among under-31s of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine leads to the fact that Belgium stopped using this vaccine last month for the first two vaccine doses of people in this age group.
The other day, we revealed that amidst all the issues that we mentioned above, Moderna is working on something else. Check out the official post that the firm shared on Twitter.
“What if #mRNA could treat life-threatening #cardiovascular diseases such as #HeartFailure? We are collaborating with
@AstraZeneca on an mRNA therapeutic (AZD8601) that encodes for VEGF-A to promote recovery of cardiac function through tissue regeneration.”
Stay tuned for more news.