Another study finds no difference in infection incidence between recovered COVID and vaccinated
Vaccination pushes have ignored natural antibodies
Another study joins the growing number of research indicating people who have had COVID-19 and recovered have a similar level of protection as those who have gotten a vaccine.
In this latest study published at MedRxiv, records collected by Curative were analyzed by researchers. Curative is a clinical lab specializing in COVID-19 testing located in San Dimas, California. The lab has been doing routine workforce screening.
The study used three groups made up of 4313, 254, and 739 employee records.
“During the observation period, 254, 0, and 4 infections were identified among groups 1, 2, and 3, respectively,” the study says.
What does that mean? The implication is that those who have had COVID and recovered are just as protected as those who had a vaccination.
“The was no difference in the infection incidence between vaccinated individuals and individuals with previous infection,” the study concludes.
Studies in both the United Kingdom and by Cleveland Clinic researchers have shown similar results.
In January of this year, the National Institutes of Health also published a report outlining that there is lasting protection for those who have had COVID, negating the idea they need to be vaccinated as well.
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