Some scientists are warning that pushing for a fourth Covid-19 vaccine booster shot is a mistake as it will prevent people from developing any form of natural immunity.
Professor Ian Jones, a virologist at the University of Reading, alluded to the fact that catching the new Omicron variant is better than getting a vaccine, as the strain functions like a “natural vaccine.” The new variant is reportedly too mild to cause any real harm other than a few sniffles and a snotty nose but generates enough antibodies needed for lasting immunity.
The more jabs that people receive, the more difficult it will be for people to develop this type of natural immunity, even if their immune system still works post-vaccine, that is.
According to reports: “Some experts claim the benefits of extra jabs are minimal because their primary purpose – preventing deaths and hospitalizations – has barely waned after a year and several Covid variants, effectively meaning boosters are adding to an already high base level immunity.”
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Omicron variant now accounts for anywhere from 40 to 70 percent of all new cases of Covid-19.
However, it is worth noting that there is no way to test for the new variant, as it has never been isolated in accordance with Koch’s postulates. Despite this, governments around the world claim that Omicron is spreading like wildfire.
Additionally, the vast majority of cases are occurring in the fully vaccinated, suggesting that unvaccinated people are either already immune or are not rushing to get tested at the first sign of a cold.
In the UK, the number of daily deaths has since halved from 2,800 to 1,400 after the Omicron variant spread throughout the country.
Therefore, people should really not be worried about the new variant, which could in fact help us out of this “new normal” once and for all.
Professor Jones said that future variants after Omicron “may be even milder.” Therefore, if governments and people act sensibly and use common sense (if that is a thing that still exists in 2022, then they would bring an immediate end to the pandemic and all covid restrictions.
Dr Simon Clarke, a microbiologist colleague of Jones, added that he “can’t see” governments promoting covid vaccines for much longer, based on the data.
“Although after two-and-a-half months, immunity starts to wane, that doesn’t mean it drops below being extremely effective,” Clarke contends about the injections.
“We can only get that long term data over the long term, there’s no crystal ball with this,” he added. “We just don’t know what the optimum strategy is.”
Other epidemiologists say that trying to continue injecting people every six or even three months is a “daunting prospect” that is unrealistic and probably highly ineffective anyway.