Omicron may boost immunity against delta strain

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By NZ Drs SOS

If you get Omicron, it is likely to be mild and being vaccinated is not likely to provide much protection.

Contrary to the main-stream media, it appears that vaccines offer very limited protection against Omicron. Notably, Omicron was first discovered in Botswana and South Africa in fully vaccinated individuals. Pfizer, Moderna and Novovax state that their current vaccines do not work for Omicron.

There is a suggestion that contracting Omicron, may boost immunity against Delta. Many doctors involved in Covid-19, are suggesting that contracting Omicron may be a “natural vaccine” providing protection against other C-19 variants.

Whether or not we have been exposed to any variant of SARS-Cov-2, we all have innate immunity that our bodies employ against all threats. Further, we have all been exposed to a corona virus within our lifetimes. This too, provides immunity. And we can boost our immunity naturally.  The journal Nature states that “It’s not just about the variant, it’s also about the host and the environment”.

Adverse Events

The number of vaccines injuries is unlike anything ever seen before in the history of vaccination.  Dr Jessica Rose has extracted the following data from VAERS.  As is very evident, 88% of adverse events are filed within 24 hours. This is extraordinary, especially as the work involved filing these events is significant.

However, not only are immediate adverse events being reported, but in populations with high vaccination rates, excess deaths (death over and above the average in a year based on population) are now starting to be seen.  These deaths are not due to Covid-19. They are due to a multiplicity of other causes.  It is indeed sobering that during this “pandemic” there were no excess deaths in 2020 but as soon as the roll-out began excess deaths started to be noted especially in the elderly and in young males. The jabs seem to be killing quickly and slowly.

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