(L-R) Steve Burrows and Dr. Marty Makary speak during a screening of the HBO documentary film Bleed Out. (Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images for HBO).
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A professor with the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine revealed at least half of the U.S. population has established a natural resistance to COVID-19.
Professor Marty Makary said natural immunity to COVID-19 began to form at the early phases of the break out and has been around longer than the vaccines. He included both natural immunity and vaccinations will prevent future break outs, allowing Americans to with confidence go back to normal life.
” There is more information on natural immunity than there is on vaccinated resistance, due to the fact that natural resistance has actually been around longer,” Makary emphasized.
More research studies are verifying the power of natural immunity, in spite of the old guard facility dismissing it and its contribution to population immunity. This research study out yest in Nature Medicine took a look at bone marrow samples of previously contaminated people: https://t.co/t4UxuqrqfT.
— Marty Makary MD, MPH (@MartyMakary) May 26, 2021.
Some suggest the infection is in the phases of herd resistance, which is when a virus has difficulty traveling around because more than 80 percent of adults in a community are blocking its transmission. The nation continues to live in fear.
Makary dismissed the concept of public health mandates, saying it must depend on individuals to choose whether they wish to wear a face-mask and it must likewise depend on them whether they decide to get immunized or not.
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