The COVID Survey That Should Have Rocked the World | The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
In March 2021, a year into the Covid-19 pandemic, the New York Times shared the results of a comprehensive survey...
For those of us who’ve had the disease and survived, we’re more at risk in being around only vaccinated people. So, these people are hysterical about the unvaccinated, it’s actually the opposite of the truth.
The riskiest people to catch it from are people who are vaccinated versus people who have had the disease. Now there are some people who are unvaccinated who haven’t had the disease and I do recommend that they voluntarily get the vaccine. The current vaccines reportedly reduce the risk of severe COVID illness – hospitalization and death – and for those at highest risk, make good sense, in conjunction with consultation with one’s own physician.
But the thing is, think of all the doctors, think of all the orderlies in the hospital who worked for a year and a half to save lives, without any vaccine at all – they got Covid, they survived, they now have immunity, and the hospitals are just saying, ‘You’re worthless, we’re getting rid of you,’ unless you submit to a vaccine.” But it doesn’t go with the science. The science actually shows greater immunity if you’ve had the disease than if you’ve just simply been vaccinated.
Vaccine advocates rarely acknowledge the fact that seasonality and herd immunity seem to have had a greater impact on broad Covid trends than vaccinations.The reality is that more people have died from COVID-19 in 2021, with most adults vaccinated (and nearly all seniors), than in 2020 when nobody was vaccinated.