Coronavirus vaccines are promoted by the officials as a unique solution to stop the spread of the pandemic, even though breakthrough cases are commonly occurring.
One Japanese research squad shared the results of their study that the Delta variant “is poised to acquire complete resistance” to the current shots.
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When we had four different mutations to the Delta variant, the efficacy of the Pfizer vaccine was reduced, so the variant became resistant.
The Delta variant with three mutations is already here, so we have little time before the fourth mutation develops, making the Pfizer shot ineffective.
The spike protein in the vaccine contains the original SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, but it doesn’t have mutations.
However, the COVID-19 virus has multiple mutations, and all of them are highly infectious. The more mutations we have, the less effective the vaccine is.
When one mutation is added to the Delta spike, the anti-RBD antibodies recognize it. But it isn’t the same when we have four mutations to the Delta variant.
When Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine still neutralized the Delta variant, but when four mutations were introduced to the RBD, the vaccine will be ineffective in neutralizing the variant.
“A third round of booster immunization with the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine is currently under consideration,” the researchers explained. “Our data suggest that repeated immunization with the wild-type spike may not be effective in controlling the newly emerging Delta variants.”
Besides the increased recognition, the injections will worsen the situation. Israel is the proof of that. They are carrying out a booster shot after facing the highest infection rate when almost everyone is being vaccinated.
The US and UK are facing the same.
Experts are concerned that the shots and the massive vaccination will worsen the pandemic by triggering the creation of new variants.
A principle in biology, vaccinology, and microbiology is that applying live organisms (bacteria and viruses) under pressure and not killing them completely will encourage their mutation in more virulent strains.
Geert Vanden Bossche, Ph.D., a vaccinology expert, is the one who wanted the people to escape immune due to the pressure placed on the virus with mass vaccination.
“It will have a very tough time … and a lot of these microorganisms will die,” Bossche says. “But if you cannot really kill them all, if you cannot prevent, completely, the infection and if there are still some microorganisms that can replicate despite this huge pressure, they will start to select mutations that enable them to survive.”
Dr. Peter McCullough is an internist, cardiologist, epidemiologist, and medicine professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine in Dallas. He is the editor of two different med journals and shared hundreds of studies in the literature.
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Mass vaccination Driving Vaccine-Resistant Mutants.
One study examines the vaccination rates and the rate of viral transmission influence SARS-CoV-2 variants.
The study realized that the worst scenario is when a large percentage of a population is vaccinated, but the transmission is high.
It is the same as antibiotic resistance development when bacteria mutate and become stronger to survive the assault of antibacterial agents. COVID-19 shots don’t stop the infection. It will occur but only with mild symptoms.
Paul Bieniaz is a Howard Hughes investigator at the Rockefeller University, shared that the vaccinated individuals “might serve as sort of a breeding ground for the virus to acquire new mutations.”
The Lambda variant shows signs of high infectivity and resistance to vaccines.
Is Natural Immunity Superior for Variants?
COVID-19 vaccine’s effectiveness is reduced. The Natural News reported that” the superiority of natural immunity, data presented July 17th, 2021, to the Israeli Health Ministry revealed that, of the more than 7,700 Covid-19 cases reported since May 2021, only 72 occurred in people who had previously had COVID-19 — a rate of less than 1%. In contrast, more than 3,000 cases — or approximately 40% — occurred in people who had received a COVID-19 vaccine.”
“This study demonstrated that natural immunity confers longer-lasting and stronger protection against infection, symptomatic disease, and hospitalization caused by the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2, compared to the BNT162b2 two-dose vaccine-induced immunity.”
The Washington University School of Medicine shared that even if you passed COVID-19 with a mild case, you might have immunity for life.