The COVID-19 vaccination is front and center on most American’s minds as they decide whether or not to get it.
But it’s not just the vaccine itself. It’s not even whether the various vaccines are safe – and they appear to be for the vast majority of the population.
Still, many would opt out and not get the vaccine, given the choice.
And that brings us to the elephant in the room – the so-called “vaccine passport.”
To that, I was watching a very interesting and informative video by Dr. Suneel Dhand recently.
He practices medicine, as he puts it, on the “East Coast” of the United States, although he didn’t say where specifically. I narrowed it down to a few places in Massachusetts. In addition to his practice in internal medicine, he is also a writer, speaker and personal trainer.
Dr. Dhand is an advocate for vaccines in general and encourages all his patients to get various proven vaccines, so he is clearly not an “anti-vaxxer.” He says he is student of history, particularly of vaccines like smallpox, polio and others that have virtually eradiated such diseases.
The doctor then goes on to explain something that has received little to no press.
Dhand discovered very early last year that he contracted the SARS-CoV-2 virus. At the time, he just thought it was a mild viral infection. It turns out that, after he had a blood antibody serum test in May of 2020, he discovered he had contracted COVID. The test revealed what’s called a positive IgG. This is important.
This IgG shows that that doctor, by fighting the virus naturally, produced high levels of protective antibodies that prevent him from re-contracting COVID-19.
Now, the jury is out on just how long the various vaccines will protect people from contracting the virus. Already, there appear to be indications that they may be no more effective than a flu shot, meaning one may have to get a COVID shot every year, or possible more often than that.
However, over a year after the doctor contracted COVID and developed his own IgG antibodies naturally, his blood serum tests are still coming back positive with a high level of these protective antibodies.
And herein lies the dilemma for the good doctor, and probably many thousands (or much more) of us out here.
All efforts regarding COVID have concentrated only on risk minimization – wearing masks, social distancing, shutting down, locking down – and in some cases, nothing short of police states. And of course the development and administering of the vaccine.
No effort has been expended to discover who has developed these natural IgG positive antibodies, despite that fact that naturally occurring antibodies are much more effective against virus and disease than any vaccine. In fact, last year I attempted to get a serum antibody test and was flatly denied. Yet I could get PCR swab tests all day, every day.
And there’s another potential problem that the good doctor posits. If one already has these protective IgG positive antibodies and receives the vaccine, there is a potential they can develop hyper-immunity.
Hyper-immunity, or hyper immune response, can cause an otherwise healthy immune system to go into overdrive. A normal, healthy immune system defends the body against disease and infection. But if the immune system malfunctions, as in developing hyper-immunity, it may mistakenly attacks healthy cells, tissues and organs. Called “autoimmune disease,” these attacks can affect any part of the body, weakening bodily function and even turning life-threatening. The problem with this is that they can’t know until after the vaccine is administered. And then, it’s too late.
Is this just something the Faucian (h/t: Steve Deace) “experts” are content to overlook in their zeal to thrust the vaccine on everyone – needed or not?
And there’s one more extremely valid point Dr. Dhand raises. He, by means of several IgG positive tests over more than a year span, has proven that he retains the immunity necessary to stave off the COVID-19 virus.
His question, then, is: If a vaccine passport does become a requirement, will his natural immunity be reflected on the passport? Or will he still have to get the unneeded and perhaps life-threatening vaccine, despite the risk of developing hyper-immunity?
I suspect we already know the answer.
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