So, the claim today is that while the vaccines can’t prevent spread (of delta–they are avoiding talking about other strains) it is claimed they still prevent serious disease. That does not seem to be true in Israel, but perhaps for the first few months the vaccine prevents serious disease. It is possible.
But of course what is well established is that the medications prevent serious disease, without any of the serious risks of the vaccine, and they don’t stop working after 6 months. Nor do they fail to work when a new variant comes along: they have been effective against all variants.
Paul Marik and Pierre Koury, founders of FLCCC, say they are seeing young patients with very severe disease from Delta. From Pierre’s clarification, I believe these are UNTREATED and UNVACCINATED people, and their severe illness is not from the early respiratory virus disease, but rather from the late immune overactivation.
I fear the world is splitting into two camps: those who have access to medication for early disease, and those who do not. Regardless of what the elites, the President, Fauci, Walensky, SecDef, the various talking heads and influencers claim, they are going to demand medication when they get Covid, unless they are a lot dumber than I give them credit for. Will you?
Professor Sir Andrew Pollard said that reaching herd immunity is “mythical” because the coronavirus vaccines don’t prevent transmission among vaccinated people.
“The Delta variant will still infect people who have been vaccinated,” he told MPs. “And that does mean that anyone who’s still unvaccinated at some point will meet the virus.”
He added: “We don’t have anything that will [completely] stop that transmission.”
Meanwhile, a small number of serious cases among 16 to 17-year-olds has “merited” giving them “just a first dose,” of a vaccine.
Professor Adam Finn, who sits on the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation, said the Government has been advised to administer first doses among the age group.
He said: “…We are seeing cases in hospital even into this age group…and so we are beginning to see a small number of serious cases.
“What we know for sure is that these vaccines are very effective at preventing those kind of serious cases from occurring.”…