Yale Study: Natural Immunity Protects Against COVID Three Times Longer Than Vaccine

PJM: To their dismay, the Yale School of Public Health just concluded that immunity acquired by COVID-19 infection lasts three times longer and is stronger than that provided by vaccination. Naturally, the Yale Daily News downplayed the info under the headline, “COVID-19 reinfection is likely among unvaccinated individuals, Yale study finds.”

The Yale study concluded that the risk of COVID-19 reinfection stands at 5% at three months after recovery and decreases to 50% at 17 months. By contrast, COVID-19 vaccine protection against infection can wane to a mere 20% as early as five months after full vaccination. Now, I may not be a Fauci-approved Scientist, but I’m also not stupid.

The Yale study joins the ever-growing compendium of studies that attest to the superiority of natural immunity over-vaccination for protection from COVID infection. It’s worth clicking over to the linked article because you probably had no idea there was already so much Science! proving the point. MORE

h/t prairiepundit

5 Comments on Yale Study: Natural Immunity Protects Against COVID Three Times Longer Than Vaccine

  1. I call BS natural immunity is much longer as your body will remember how to fight it years later. The clot in a bottle is the worst thing to use

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  2. CCP uses hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin to treat their people, yet it’s banned and censored from dispensing and speaking about in the US. The stuff is ridiculously cheap OTC in ChiCom and their death rates are stunningly low. The CCP military scientists have filed a patent on the hydroxycq to treat their people with as well as earning a top anti-covid ‘award’. While hydroxycq is openly used in china and is purchased OTC while in the US and elsewhere is suppressed and censored by US social media channels and sites manipulated by rogue politicians and sinister msm—all resulting in high deaths from cv including maiming and injuries by vaxx. These types are the true terrorists.

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