Just In: mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine Transmission Flows Through Aerosols by Vaccinated to Unvaccinated

Just In: mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine Transmission Flows Through Aerosols by Vaccinated to Unvaccinated

It’s understandable that the COVID-19 pandemic has made many people concerned about transmission. According to a recent study published in ImmunoHorizons, there is evidence to suggest that individuals who have received the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine can transmit antibodies to those who haven’t received it yet through aerosols. Aerosols are tiny suspended particles in the air that can be inhaled or absorbed through the skin. Here are more details about this below.

mRNA Covid-19 vaccines’ transmission is addressed

Scientists at the University of Colorado conducted tests to detect SARS-CoV-2-specific antibodies in masks worn by vaccinated individuals, and they found that both immunoglobulin G (IgG) and immunoglobulin A (IgA) antibodies were present in the saliva and on the masks of those vaccinated. While this may sound alarming, it’s important to remember that antibodies are proteins produced by the immune system that help to neutralize foreign substances like viruses and bacteria.

It’s normal to have concerns about how COVID-19 can spread between individuals. Recent research suggests that there may be a possibility of transfer of droplet or aerosolized antibodies between people, similar to how the virus itself can be transferred. To investigate this possibility, scientists compared nasal swabs from unvaccinated children living in different types of households. The results showed that vaccinated parents had higher levels of IgG in their noses, which was linked to an increase in intranasal IgG in their unvaccinated children from the same household. This trend was also observed with IgA. In simpler terms, the findings suggest that vaccinated parents may be able to pass on antibodies to their children through aerosol transmission, and the amount of antibodies found in the noses or mouths of vaccinated individuals seems to be related to the likelihood of this transfer.

According to Brian Hooker, chief scientific officer at Children’s Health Defense, who holds a doctorate in biochemical engineering, there is a type of shedding called “passive immunization,” where antibodies are exchanged through respiratory droplets, primarily IgA. However, Mr. Hooker cautions that this method provides minimal immunity for the ‘bystanders’ due to the limited protection provided by the original mRNA vaccines. He also notes that passive immunization can result in autoimmunity and cause “all sorts of reactions” in bystanders due to the similar molecular makeup between COVID-19 Ig antibodies and human proteins. It’s important to be aware of the potential risks associated with these types of immunization, and to discuss any concerns with a healthcare professional.

It has been just reported that the experts’ claims saying that the covid vaccinations managed to reduce hospitalizations and deaths are completely false. Check out the latest reports about this below.

Health officials didn’t speak the truth about covid vaccines

On Twitter, Senator Gerard Rennick said the following:

“Health officials have claimed multiples times that vaccination has reduced hospitalization and deaths.

Data from the 6-month data trial that Pfizer conducted actually showed much higher injuries in the inoculation group so this claim has always been false.

I, therefore, asked for actual figures of vaccinated against the unvaccinated hospitalizations and deaths as a Question on Notice. All I was given was an extremely abbreviated table (see link) showing relative percentages…”

Stay tuned for more news about the issue and make sure to stay safe. We also suggest that you check out our previous article in order to learn more detail about the matter.

Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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