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Sebastian Rushworth MD: Does it make sense to vaccinate those who have had COVID?

re: Vaccinating Children and Young Adults is a Gross Abuse of Human Rights, and a Chilling Failure of Medical Ethics
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re: Sebastian Rushworth MD

Expressing concerns like this is a thought crime on YouTube, FaceBook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.

Does it make sense to vaccinate those who have had COVID?

13 July 2021. Emphasis added.

One of the strangest things about the last few months on planet Earth has been the relentless drive to vaccinate everyone, regardless of what their individual risk from the virus is, and whether or not they’ve already had the disease. It was well known long before COVID came along that people who have had an infection are usually at least as well protected as those who get vaccinated. The whole point of vaccination is, after all, to mimic infection so as to stimulate immunity. If you’ve had measles, you don’t need to take the measles vaccine. If you’ve had hepatitis A, you don’t need to take the hepatitis A vaccine. If you’ve had chickenpox, you don’t need to take the chickenpox vaccine. Yet if you’ve had COVID, you should supposedly still take the COVID vaccine. Strange.


A few months back I wrote about a study, published in The Lancet in April, that showed a 93% decreased risk of re-infection in people who had already had COVID. That would make prior infection equivalent to the most effective vaccines, in terms of its ability to protect against COVID (which is as we would expect).

For those who remain unconvinced that prior infection is at least equivalent to vaccination, however, a very interesting study was recently posted on MedRxiv... Prior infection is highly effective at protecting against COVID. There is thus no need for people who have already had COVID to get vaccinated. When governments do vaccinate people who have already had COVID, they are wasting taxpayers money and putting people at risk of side effects for no good reason.

WIND: a voice of reason. But it’s pissing into the wind as far as coercive governments and anti-science-anti-debate Big Tech and the news propaganda outlets are concerned.

See also: MedRxiv: Necessity of COVID-19 vaccination in previously infected individuals:

Summary Cumulative incidence of COVID-19 was examined among 52238 employees in an American healthcare system. COVID-19 did not occur in anyone over the five months of the study among 2579 individuals previously infected with COVID-19, including 1359 who did not take the vaccine.

COVID Vaccines for Long Haul COVID?

There is speculation even among doctors that vaccinating those who have had COVID could help with Long Haul COVID. I consider it a reasonable hypothesis *if* the idea is that COVID can linger in nooks and crannies of the bodies and the vaccine would cause the body to kill it off (how?!), or that it can some how re-regulate a disfunctional immune system. We certainly cannot rule all those ideas out, so I’d like to see double-blind studies to look into whether there are benefits.

COVID Vaccines for Long Haul COVID?

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