A recent study on so-called natural immunity following COVID-19 infection is causing debate among government specialists, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci, a leading US public health official.
Israeli researchers discovered that past COVID-19 infection provides superior protection against infection and hospitalization than COVID-19 vaccinations in a real-world investigation.
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Fauci, the long-serving head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, was asked about the study on Friday in the context of persuading patients with natural immunity or who have recovered from COVID-19 to get vaccinated.
“I receive calls all the time from folks who say, ‘I already have COVID, therefore I’m safe.’ And now, according to the research, you may be even better protected than you were before you got the vaccine. Is it necessary for them to obtain the vaccine as well? “How are you going to persuade them?” During a CNN broadcast, Dr. Sanjay Gupta posed the question to Fauci.
Fauci said, “I don’t have a really clear answer for you on it.”
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“In terms of the response’s endurance, that’s something we’ll have to talk about. The one thing the paper from Israel didn’t say is whether or not, as good as natural infection protection is, how long does it last in comparison to a vaccine? So it’s possible that you got infected, that you’re protected, but that protection may not last indefinitely,” he explained.
“So, I believe that is something that we should sit down and carefully debate because, as you correctly pointed out, it is an issue, and there could be a justification for saying what you said.”
Some scientists who have looked at the issue are perplexed as to why vaccination efforts aren’t focusing on people who haven’t had a vaccine and haven’t recovered from COVID-19.
Dr. Jeffrey Klausner, clinical professor of preventive medicine and medicine at the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine, previously told The Epoch Times, “We’re trying to update policy so that people who have recovered have the same privileges and access as people who are vaccinated.”
Because of the findings in Israel, Pfizer board member Scott Gottlieb, commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, has called for natural immunity to be included in drug development.
During a recent televised appearance, Gottlieb stated, “The preponderance of the evidence demonstrates that natural immunity gives a permanent protection.”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) agrees that persons have some immunity after recovering from COVID-19. However, the CDC still advises the great majority of Americans to acquire a COVID-19 vaccine, claiming that the protection is even higher when natural immunity is combined with vaccination.
Last month, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky cited a study undertaken by CDC and Kentucky researchers that found immunizations provide stronger protection than past infection.
“These findings also suggest that COVID-19 vaccines provide stronger protection than natural immunity alone, and that vaccines can help prevent reinfections even after past infection,” the CDC stated in a statement.