As it stands today, “there is no immunity to COVID 19 or any other existing human coronavirus (HCoV)!“
There is not one shred of scientific evidence that immunity lasts once a person has been infected with any HCoV.
I am not the one saying this. Scientific studies conducted long before COVID-19 existed are contributing to this and are being used to determine immunity in COVID-19.
Page 16 of the following scientific study states these points:
- Further predictions/insights about the potential long-term immunity against SARS-CoV-have been gleaned from other members of the coronavirus family, such as seasonal coronaviruses and the more severe SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV. In 1990, Callow et al. inoculated 15 volunteers with the seasonal coronavirus 229E, of which 10 became infected.
- After 1 year, the antibody response was greatly reduced and no longer sufficient to prevent re-infection with 229E in 6 of the 9 returning, originally infected subjects.
- Further to this, a recent pre-print by Edridge et al. determined re-infection rates of four seasonal coronaviruses over a 35-year period…
- Though this work has not yet been peer reviewed, it does support findings from Kissler et al. who adapted seasonal coronavirus modelling to estimate SARS-CoV-2 protective immunity may last approximately 45 weeks.
- Additionally, this approach suggested the level of public health intervention that may be required based on the length of protective immune response against SARS-CoV2. Kellam et al. and Huang et al. recently reviewed long-term antibody responses to SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV.
- Broadly speaking, minimal virus specific antibody titres were measured after 2-3 years and individuals with a more severe disease tended to have higher antibody titres.
- Kellam et al. also measured seasonal coronavirus reinfection rates and highlighted that an antibody response did not confer protection from reinfection.
The following scientific facts are evident from the above excerpt:
- There is no immunity to the seasonal coronavirus 229E. After about one year, you can get reinfected.
- COVID-19 antibodies may only last for 45 weeks.
- SARS and MERS antibodies only appeared to protect for two to three years.
- Antibodies produced against seasonal coronaviruses do not mean they will protect you from getting reinfected.
There Is No Evidence Of Long-Lasting Immunity To COVID 19
Presently, there is no scientific evidence showing that antibodies or T cell immunity produced in people infected with COVID-19 will be long-lasting. How could anyone know? COVID-19 has only been around for about nine months.
Only longitudinal (long-term) studies can confirm these protective antibodies’ longevity potency following natural infection or vaccination.
This is why vaccines typically take years to produce. Rushing a COVID-19 vaccine does not mean that if antibodies are, in fact, generated, they will build long-lasting immunity.
This is not science but guesswork. ONLY LONGITUDINAL STUDIES CAN PROVE THIS FOR CERTAIN.
The health experts already have a possible date set for COVID-19 distribution to the public. The USA will distribute COVID-19 vaccines on November 1, 2020.
The million-dollar question is, how can they possibly know that the antibodies they claim will be created due to the vaccine will produce long-lasting immunity to COVID 19?
Long-lasting immunity does not exist for any other human coronaviruses. What makes COVID-19 different?
Also, how can they possibly know that these vaccines will not create an overreaction in immune response in some people, perhaps killing or severely harming them? No longitudinal studies were done to answer these critical questions.
COVID-19 antibody levels decrease over time after the recovery period, and scientists have absolutely no idea why.
In an article published in usnews.com on September 1, 2020, it stated that scientists were wrong about antibodies only last for a short while. A new study done on 30,000 people says that they will hit a plateau after four months. This is nothing new with coronaviruses.
The article falsely claims the following:
- But the study “provides hope that host immunity to this unpredictable and highly contagious virus may not be fleeting and may be similar to that elicited by most other viral infections…”
They are claiming that COVID-19 provides the same immunity as most other viral infections.
This is absurd. Flu antibodies to a particular strain can last a lifetime. This is just one example. There are many others. Coronaviruses are not like other viral infections at all.
Also, this is supposed to be encouraging? Four months? This is no immunity at all. That means you can get reinfected four months later. How can a vaccine possibly provide long-lasting immunity to a coronavirus that does not allow long-lasting immunity?
Prestige, power, money, over-confidence, optimism, and exaggerated and fake news do not confer an effective and safe vaccine. Scientific evidence does? Where is it?
There is a famous catch-phrase from the movie Jerry Maguire,
“Show Me The Money“
which means “show me evidence that something is valuable.”
There is no immunity to COVID 19. It is a novel coronavirus. This is why we are in a pandemic.
Two of the criteria that constitute a pandemic are:
- The virus has to be new.
- And no one is immune to it.
The facts are, as they presently stand, there is no immunity to COVID 19.
There is no scientific evidence that antibodies created during an infection will produce long-lasting immunity to COVID 19.
There is no long-lasting immunity to any existing human coronavirus.
There are no longitudinal scientific studies that prove COVID-19 vaccines will be safe and effective.