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Vaccinated Are More Likely to Catch and Spread Covid Than Non-vaccinated
And this effect will increase over time
mRNA vaccines appear to provide a burst of immunity to Covid in the short term of about 30 to 60 days, followed by a rapid decline in the body’s immune system. There is no long-term data available to know if immune systems continue this decline unto death or if the body eventually recovers.
We can assume, though, that regular boosters become less effective as the body’s baseline immune response declines. In other words, if the baseline immunity of a non-vaccinated person were 100, the vaccines boost that to 150 for 30, 125 for the next 30, 100 after 90, 90 after 120, etc. The booster given at 180 days on a new baseline of 80 would give 120 for 30 days, 100 after 60, 80 after 90, etc. Eventually, the body’s immune system would be completely dependent on booster, and possibly the only immunity that gives is against Covid. The person would be completely vulnerable to colds, the flu, chicken pox, and even eradicated diseases like small pox. (I’m just making up these number based on observed results.)
Here’s how that decline in immune systems might look:
The non-vaccinated maintains a consistent immune value of 100. The introduction of the mRNA vaccine gives an immediate boost, in my model to 180. But that immune value declines over time and takes the baseline down with it. Six months after the fifth booster, the person’s baseline immune value is about half what it would be if he’d never been vaccinated.
Again, this is only my extrapolation of data publicly available which I pulled from Alex Berenson’s post this morning.
In it, Berenson writes:
The figures are similar in the United Kingdom, and all over Western Europe. Many countries are at 90 percent adult Covid vaccination levels, with boosters soaring. And they are all now in the midst of an epidemic of Covid contagion that dwarfs any that has come before.
We already know vaccine protection against earlier variants of Sars-Cov-2 falls sharply within months of the second dose, as the vaccine-generated antibodies fade.
But the new data go a step further, showing that previously vaccinated people are actually more likely to contract Omicron.
This is exactly what I pointed out earlier in the week.
To save you time, here’s what I wrote:
Studies in Canada and Denmark showed mRNA vaccines have negative efficacy against omicron. That means, beginning about 60 days after your dose or booster, you are more likely to contract Covid than someone who had no vaccinations.
Berenson adds more data from more highly vaccinated and boosted countries all pointing the same obvious conclusion: in the long run, mRNA vaccines destroy the human immune system.
Like smoking, the sooner you quit, the better your chances of avoiding something horrible.