On COVID-19 Natural Immunity, the CDC Gives Away the Whole Game

While the Kyle Rittenhouse trial has taken up all of the oxygen in the current news cycle, there is another piece of information that has gone unnoticed. That includes the difficult issue of COVID-19 natural immunity, which is generally ignored by the federal government and its policies.

In a startling statement, the CDC stated in a letter that it has never heard of someone who is naturally resistant to COVID-19 transmitting the virus.

It's easy to slip into the trap of interpreting this to imply something it doesn't strictly mean, and I'm sure the "fact-checkers" are salivating just reading this article's beginning. But I'm going to disappoint them, since this letter isn't proof that people who have natural immunity don't spread the disease. COVID-19. In fact, given the dynamics of how the virus spreads, it’s likely that those with natural immunity spread the virus just like those who are vaccinated do, though, there is reason to believe that natural immunity is stronger and more durable.

Regardless, the objective isn't to debate the finer issues of COVID-19 distribution. Rather, the issue here is a lack of data. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which is part of a federal government that has consistently minimized and disregarded natural immunity on a policy level, has now revealed that they aren't even preserving the data needed to assess its efficacy. Why would they do anything like that?

It all seems quite deliberate to me at this point. They can wind up with an answer they don't want if they collect the data needed to track the efficacy of natural immunity. Specifically, there is no scientific justification for forcing vaccines on those who have already had COVID-19 and recovered. We can't have that, can we? That would also blow up the entire "vaccine passport" concept.

To be honest, the CDC's continued proclamations about universal vaccine requirements and how the virus spreads without even tracking the essential data to determine the success of natural immunity feels like a dereliction of duty. Because so many people have already been infected with the coronavirus, gathering such information and analyzing what it implies for the pandemic should have been a high priority. Instead, it has mostly gone unnoticed.

That reeks of politics interfering, and instead of establishing policy based on hard evidence, the world's purportedly most advanced viral research organization doesn't even know how infectious the naturally immune are. But, you know, put your faith in the "experts" or whatever.

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