I have prayed so often that courageous souls in the field of medicine would begin to speak out about what they know to be true. Now a professor from Johns Hopkins has done just that. And the fact that he hails from Hopkins lends more credence to his words.
All of my doctors are from Johns Hopkins. Most of us know that Hopkins was part of Event 201 in 2019. The medical giant has worked closely with Tony Fauci, Francis Collins and Bill Gates during this surrealistic time of lockdowns, mask wearing, social distancing and now the push for everyone to get the jab.
But out of the mist emerges a brave professor from Hopkins. We should pray for him. He needs supernatural protection from harm from the powers that be. Telling the public the truth is frowned upon. I can vouch for that since I have been censored over and over for writing Truth from extensive research straight from medical professionals about the Covid debacle.
A professor at the renowned Johns Hopkins School of Medicine advised Americans recently to “ignore” guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention due to the public health agency’s puzzling refusal to recognize natural immunity from previous infection.
What are the details?
Dr. Marty Makary, who also serves as a professor at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, suggested during a Tuesday appearance on “The Vince Coglianese Show” that 150 million Americans, or “half the country,” likely already have natural immunity to COVID-19 due to having been infected with the virus and then recovering.
Yet despite that staggering figure, Makary lamented the fact that the CDC, in concert with Biden administration officials, have neglected to recognize the reality of the situation. Instead, previously infected individuals who decline being vaccinated are routinely “demonized” by health officials who insist that virtually all Americans must be vaccinated before normal life can resume.
But “herd immunity” has already been reached, argued Makary, citing up-to-date vaccination and infection data to suggest that 80% to 85% of Americans are currently protected from the virus.
“I never thought I’d say this, but please ignore the CDC guidance,” Makary stated, advising Americans to “live a normal life, unless you are unvaccinated and did not have the infection, in which case you need to be careful.”
Makary called the the CDC’s outright dismissal of natural immunity “one of the biggest failures of our current medical leadership” as Coglianese pointed out that the CDC amazingly offers no guidance for individuals who have recovered from COVID-19, in regard to what they can safely do.
“Natural immunity works,” he argued. “We’ve got to start respecting individuals who choose not to get the vaccine, instead of demonizing them.
“There is more data on natural immunity than there is on vaccinated immunity, because natural immunity has been around longer,” he continued, noting that both vaccination and previous infection likely provide “lifelong” immunity from the virus.
He added that reinfection is extremely “rare,” and even when it does happen, the “symptoms are mild or [those individuals] are asymptomatic.”
For months, Makary has been a consistent voice of reason, sounding the alarm on misinformation coming from progressive media as well as what he calls the “most slow, reactionary, political CDC in American history.”
Earlier this year, he derided the CDC’s “absurdly restrictive” guidance that permitted fully vaccinated people to mingle indoors with some other people without masks or social distancing, calling the agency “paralyzed by fear.”
Then in May, Makary chastised media and health expert doomsayers for “fearmongering” even as the pandemic was waning by telling Americans that herd immunity may not be reached for a long time to come.
U.S. Will Reach Herd Immunity Faster than Anthony Fauci Says: Johns Hopkins Doctor Marty Makary
Aprominent doctor from Johns Hopkins University has blasted Dr. Anthony Fauci for suggesting that the U.S. may remain vulnerable to a surging COVID-19 pandemic beyond this spring.
Dr. Marty Makary, a pancreatic surgeon, made the remarks during a Tuesday night interview with Larry Kudlow, an economic adviser to former President Donald Trump, on Fox Business Channel. Makary predicted that the pandemic would be largely over in the U.S. by summer. He insisted that Fauci was ignoring the natural immunity of those who recover from the virus while suggesting that up to 80 percent of the U.S. population may need to be vaccinated to achieve herd immunity, the point at which the entire population would be largely protected against contracting the virus.
“Look, I like Dr. Fauci, but when he says we need to vaccinate 75 to 80 percent in order to reach herd immunity and completely ignores natural immunity from prior infection, it’s no longer this thing where you can just say ‘oh, we don’t how many people have natural immunity or we don’t know if it works,'” Makary said. “Natural immunity is real and it works. And let’s recognize it’s going to help us get to herd immunity faster.”
“[By] April or May, we’re going to start seeing gradual slowing,” Makary added after Kudlow asked whether the country could see herd immunity by spring. “And it’s going to mostly be young people who are going to linger into May and June with cases.”
In a February Wall Street Journal opinion article, Makary predicted that the U.S. would achieve herd immunity by April. With Johns Hopkins recording over 60,000 new cases of COVID-19 on the last day of March alone, that prediction seems nearly certain to fall short. Makary said that unspecified “medical experts privately agreed with my prediction” but had asked him to remain silent about herd immunity “because people might become complacent and fail to take precautions or might decline the vaccine.”
Makary did not mention his April prediction in a follow-up article published last week, focusing instead on criticizing Fauci for allegedly discounting natural immunity while failing to predict that the U.S. would quickly achieve herd immunity. He suggested that Fauci and others do not factor natural immunity into their predictions because they wrongly believe that those who recover from COVID-19 may not have strong protection against reinfection.
Last December, Fauci predicted that herd immunity could be achieved by this fall if 75 to 80 percent of the population were vaccinated, with the possibility of reaching “some degree of normality” by the end of the year. More recently, he has been reluctant to provide a timeline.
Fauci has noted that virus variants in particular could make predictions unreliable. Those who have previously recovered from infections may not have natural immunity to certain mutations of COVID-19. Some variants have also shown resistance to vaccines, although none have yet shown total resistance and experts generally believe that vaccinations provide stronger protection than natural immunity.
“The answer is, actually, we don’t know,” Fauci told The Atlantic earlier this month while speaking about being asked to make predictions. “It’s dangerous to guess … We may need to be wearing masks in 2022 if the variants come in and they sort of thwart our vaccination efforts to get everything under control.” source