Professor Chris Whitty, the Chief Med Officer for England, confessed that natural immunity is much better than vaccine-induced immunity to the C-19 virus. He shared that in a speech he issued in a C-19 press conference on December 15.
This is what he stated:
“I think there has been a certain amount of commentary about the fact that doctors and scientists in South Africa, and I really want to pay huge tribute to South African science and medicine, what they’ve done so quickly has been remarkable, have indicated that there may be some reduction in the hospitalization rates they’re seeing with Omicron, and I want to put a severe caution on this because I think it has been over-interpreted.”
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“The first caution on this is simply a numerical one. If the rate of hospitalization were to half, but you are doubling every two days, in two days, you are back to where you were before you actually had the hospitalizations; if the peak of this is twice as great, then halving of the hospitalization rate you still end up in the same place. This peak is growing very fast.”
“The second point I want to make, which I’m not sure is being fully absorbed by everybody, is that the amount of immunity in South Africa for this wave because of a prior Delta wave and vaccination is far higher than it was for their last wave.”
“Therefore, the fact that there is a lower hospitalization rate is unsurprising. So if you think about what happened to us in the UK with our Alpha wave in January, February this year, the infection hospitalization rate for people over 65 was around 22% prior to vaccination. Once you have a lot of immunity due to primarily vaccination and also some infection, the infection hospitalization rate in the same age group dropped to 6%. That just because there’s more immunity.” He added.
“Well, there is more immunity in South Africa now than there was in their last wave. Therefore some degree of the drop is to be expected, now that doesn’t mean that there isn’t some degree of slightly milder disease, that is possible, but I just think there is a danger people have over-interpreted this to say this is not a problem and what are we worrying about? I want to be clear, I’m afraid this is going to be a problem, exact proportions of it, of course, South African scientists, and UK scientists, and Scientists Globally are trying to determine.” He concluded.
Take a look at the video below.
Those who have watched the video wonder what Whitty wanted to say with his highly confusing speech.
To understand what he tried to say, you have to see the data for South Africa and the UK. Once you see this, you will understand that he wanted to say that the Omicron mutation could be more deadly in the UK than in Africa because natural immunity is far better than vaccine immunity.
South Africa has strong natural immunity, and the Omicron variant comes as the regular flu there. It is because of the Delta variant.
If this is true, why would the UK situation be worse than the one in South Africa when they had suffered a wave of the Delta variant before and had a high vaccination rate?
Take a look at the vaccination rate in South Africa.
31.2% of the population is partly vaccinated, and 26.1% are immunized with two doses, and no one has received the booster shot.
And now we look at the vaccination data in the UK.
There, 76.4% of the population are partly vaccinated, and 69.7% are vaccinated with two doses, and 36.8% have received the booster dose.
We can see that there are people who got their booster shot in the UK, and that number is much higher than the people who have two doses of C-19 jab in South Africa.
The left in the USA pushes the propaganda “Get Boosted Now.” Now, the Brits push the people to get the booster shot because they are afraid of the Omicron variant, which is resistant to the two doses of the vaccines, so the people have to get boosted.
- If the boosters are what is required to protect Omicron again, and the UK has administered 24.7 million, with the elderly and vulnerable all receiving theirs in September and October,
- and South Africa has administered zero boosters,
- and only fully vaccinated 26% of its population,
- how on earth does South Africa have better immunity than the UK, meaning South African’s are only suffering mild disease, but the UK is about to suffer a severe problem?
The UK experienced a wave of Delta infections.
South Africa has also experienced a wave of Delta infection.
The UK has an extremely high vaccination rate.
South Africa doesn’t have a high vaccination rate.
The UK had a high vaccination rate when the Delta wave hit. But, South Africa didn’t have a high vaccination rate when the virus hit.
South Africa still doesn’t have a high vaccination rate. And in the UK, the vaccinated account for the vast majority of Delta cases.
Take a look at this:
The UK administered the booster dose to the elderly and most vulnerable prior to the Omicron appearance. But, South Africa didn’t administer the doses to the elderly and most vulnerable category.
Until today, in South Africa, there aren’t people who died due to the Omicron variant, but that’s not the case with the UK.
Chris Whitty stated that South Africa has stronger immunity than the UK and further added that the Omicron variant would be a severe problem in the UK.
If South Africa had a low vaccination rate but suffered only mild disease, and the UK had a high vaccination rate and suffered a significant problem until now, the problem would be worse.
This confusing speech failed to tell the people that what Chief Medical Officer wanted to tell about the UK.
He wanted to say that natural immunity is far better than vaccine-induced one.
“The second point I want to make, which I’m not sure is being fully absorbed by everybody, is that the amount of immunity in South Africa for this wave because of a prior Delta wave and vaccination is far higher than it was for their last wave. Therefore, the fact that there is a lower hospitalization rate is unsurprising. I want to be clear, I’m afraid this is going to be a problem (in the UK).”