If You’ve Had COVID You’re Likely Protected for Life

It now sounds like the Swedish health official who opted for herd immunity and natural immunity was right all along. The new variant (Omicron) is contagious but not deadly. Natural immunity is desirable. The mRNA injections are a complete failure. Scapegoating the unvaccinated makes no sense medically, and it’s also discriminatory.

Of couse, it never really was about disease control. From the start this has been an exercise for authoritarian control of the world, to create an autocratic biosecurity state, to replace democracy with dictatorship. That must be resisted. Otherwise, the world will become as despotic as Communist China. Human freedom is worth defending.


If you’ve hadCOVID-19, even a mild case, major congratulations to you as you’ve more than likely got long-term immunity, according to a team of researchers from Washington University School of Medicine. In fact, you’re likely to be immune for life, as is the case with recovery from many infectious agents — once you’ve had the disease and recovered, you’re immune, most likely for life.

The evidence is strong and promising, and should be welcome and comforting news to a public that has spent the last year, 2020, in a panic over SARS-CoV-2.

Increasingly evidence is showing that long-lasting immunity exists.

Initial Reports That COVID Immunity Was Fleeting Were Flawed

Seasonal coronaviruses, some of which cause common colds, yield only short-lived protective immunity, with reinfections occurring six to 12 months after the previous infection. Early data on SARS-CoV-2 also found that antibody titers declined rapidly in the first months…

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