Per a report from the CDC, natural immunity was reportedly six times stronger than being jabbed alone with respect to the Delta variant amidst the age of COVID. This latest data yet again recasts notions once dubbed as conspiratorial hogwash into verifiable truths.

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A report published on January 19th by the CDC confirmed the sentiments of many who’d claimed over the past year that natural immunity is a powerful player in the era of COVID.

And as the Delta variant spread, COVID jabs became decreasingly effective and natural immunity wound up serving as being six times more effective in preventing infection or serious illness with the virus.

There of course is some speculation that this is the case because the first round of COVID jabs were believed to be “wearing off” – enter the age of the booster – ergo, attempting to discredit perceptions that natural immunity is an appropriate long-term strategy against the virus.

This notion in the study is mentioned, where it was noted that “Importantly, infection-derived protection was greater after the highly transmissible Delta variant became predominant, coinciding with early declining of vaccine-induced immunity in many persons.”

But still, the data is hard to ignore.

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Data from California showed that on October 3rd, when the delta variant was the prevalent strain, case rates among jabbed persons who had never been infected with COVID were six point two times lower than in unjabbed and uninfected people. Unjabbed individuals with a past COVID diagnosis had a 29 fold reduced risk, whereas jabbed people with a prior COVID diagnosis had a 32.5 fold lower risk.

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Data from New York during the same period rendered similar results.

A similar pattern can be seen in hospitalizations, according to the research. The increase in protection from severe illness was significantly more striking in California. It demonstrates that amidst the period of the delta surge, the protection provided by earlier infections increased ninefold.

However, CDC officials have not yet fully evaluated and reached an understanding about the role natural immunity plays during the era of the Omicron. What early studies have found though regarding Omicron is that while it spreads relatively quickly – it thus far hasn’t posed the virulence or massive adverse impacts like the Delta or Alpha.

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