WHAT WE WERE TOLD:
Back in May 2021, Dr. Anthony Fauci said that COVID-19 vaccines are “highly efficacious” and “better than the traditional response you get from natural infection.”
“New studies show that natural immunity to the coronavirus weakens (wanes) over time, and does so faster than immunity provided by COVID-19 vaccination,” a Johns Hopkins Medicine piece published just six months later seemed to confirm, in tandem with mainstream messaging.
WHAT WE KNOW NOW:
New research published in The Lancet confirms that natural immunity acquired from a coronavirus infection can provide strong and long-lasting protection against severe illness and death.
The study, signifying the largest meta-analysis to date on immunity following infection, analyzed data from 65 studies in 19 countries.
The paper found that, for all variants, infection-acquired immunity reduced the risk of hospitalization and death from a COVID reinfection by 88.9% for at least 10 months.
“Protection from past infection against re-infection from pre-omicron variants was very high and remained high even after 40 weeks,” the authors write.
The study authors conclude that the “high” immunity gained by past infection “should be weighed alongside” pharmaceutical methods of preventing COVID infection, such as those recommended by Dr. Fauci and Johns Hopkins. However, the authors emphasize that natural immunity could even be “higher” than those other methods.
“[O]ur analysis of the available data suggests that the level of protection afforded by previous infection is at least as high, if not higher than that provided by two-dose vaccination using high-quality mRNA vaccines (Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech),” the authors write.
Even Dr. Fauci admitted last month that vaccines do not offer “durable” protection from COVID.
The study, conducted by researchers from the University of Washington, was funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
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“LOOKS LIKE THEY WERE WRONG!”:
“If my memory serves me right, Dr. Fauci has explicitly stated that natural immunity is inferior to his COVID shots,” said Dr. Richard Bartlett, a 30-year Texas physician and former advisor to then-Texas Governor Rick Perry’s Health Disparities Task Force.
“Looks like they were wrong!” Dr. Bartlett added. “Now the evidence is clear that natural immunity is excellent, effective protection from future COVID hospitalization and serious disease. The science is settled.”
Bartlett, who helped open a Regeneron monoclonal antibody infusion center for West Texas, is also the recipient of the Meritorious Service Award from Texas’ Health and Human Services (HHS). He discovered a safe and effective treatment for all early and late symptoms of COVID using budesonide, an inhaled steroid that could have prevented 90% of hospitalizations. That discovery was later corroborated by Oxford University.
“According to Oxford, Fauci was wrong about budesonide, as well,” Bartlett told American Faith. “But he isn’t the only one who was wrong about that. There were other doctors who erroneously advised against using budesonide.”
Bartlett is a board member of the Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency who submitted a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for Pfizer’s COVID vaccine safety data. He stood up against a dangerous COVID protocols at hospitals.