A child’s natural immunity to coronavirus compared to vaccine immunity


‘The human immune system is one of the most sophisticated achievements of evolution. The survival of our species has depended on it for millenia. And today, we are still very much relying on it,’ (Nadya Swart reporting on BizNews).

Vaccines depend entirely on the immune system. Rather than injecting a virus, the Covid vaccines inject synthetic coding for a spike protein. The coding enters cells in various parts of the body, instructing those cells to produce spike proteins. The body’s immune system reads those signs and attacks those cells as it would a coronavirus.

Key Points & Evidence

Natural immunity vs Covid-19 vaccine-induced immunity, Marc Girardot of PANDA, 28 June 2021

"The Covid-19 vaccines seem to be more harmful to children and teens, notably with a growing number of myocarditis events. The fact that vaccine doses are not adjusted for body weight is notably a cause for concern given the discovery of circulating nanoparticles and spike toxicity."

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"There are serious implications for people for whom SARS-CoV-2 is not a high-risk pathogen and that includes all of our children. In short… we thought the spike protein was a great target antigen... by vaccinating people we are inadvertently inoculating them with a toxin… we have many concerns… especially about the cardio-vascular system… and legitimate questions about the long-term safety of the vaccine, for example with it accumulating in the ovaries," Dr Byram Bridle, Associate Professor on Viral Immunology at the University of Guelph. Peer-reviewed studies suggest there may be immediate problems as the spike protein does not stay in the arm muscle but travels around the body and accummulates in the hormone producing organs.

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"Vaccination policies rely on expected benefits clearly outweighing the risk of adverse events from the vaccination. The risk-benefit analysis for the COVID-19 vaccines points to a high potential risk versus no benefit for children and young people," PANDA, June 2021

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Hard to justify right now for most children in most countries, BMJ, 13 May 2021

This article calls for "a more nuanced understanding of the differences between vaccine and infection induced immunity." It outlines three concerns: the limited benefits of vaccinating age groups that suffer mild disease, the limited effects on transmissions due to waning vaccine induced immunity and unintended consequences being more severe infection in older age groups and increased frequency of large seasonal epidemics.

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"In all actions concerning children, the best interests of the child should be a primary consideration (Article 3 UN Convention on the Rights of the Child). We should put children first in all that we do," Covid policies and harms to children, HART Group, 17 March 2021

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A young and healthy body coming into contact with coronavirus through the nose, throat and lungs stimulates an immune response. If there is natural immunity, it makes no sense to vaccinate.

The focus can turn instead to keeping children healthy to pursue life, love and laughter.

Posted: 1st July 2021

Tagged: Children, Vaccines

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