The title of this paper might as well be, “Don’t let your kids get the Covid vaccine”
Healthy kids infected with SARS-Cov-2 have few symptoms and extremely strong protection afterwards
Children have powerful and long-lasting immunity to Sars-Cov-2 after being infected, according to a new peer-reviewed paper in a top scientific journal.
Since healthy children almost never suffer serious or even moderate complications from Covid, the paper is yet another strike against pushing Covid vaccines on them. (All the 91 elementary-school children in the study had either mild or no symptoms, as is typical.)
Both “innate” and “adaptive” immunity - the initial antibody response and the later growth and maturation of T-cells that attack SARS-Cov-2 - are more powerful in children than in adults, the researchers found.
Further, the immune response lasted for essentially the entire period the researchers tracked, a year in the case of some kids.
The researchers speculated that kids may have such a strong response both because of the innate robustness of their immune systems and because they are exposed frequently to other coronaviruses, stimulating cross-immunity among them.
The good news did not end there. The response appeared to reach across SARS-Cov-2 variants.
“These findings augur well for immunity generated in childhood,”the researchers wrote.
As is nearly always the case in papers that have findings devastating to vaccines or vaccine mandates, the writers did not openly explain the ramifications of what they had discovered, saying only vaguely that they will “help to guide… vaccine deployment in the pediatric population.”
But the implications are clear: huge studies already show that natural immunity is superior to vaccine protection in adults, and this paper shows kids will have even BETTER post-infection immunity.
Thus allowing healthy kids to be infected and recover naturally is likely a far safer route for them than exposing them to mRNA vaccines that have already been proven to cause myocarditis in young people and whose long-term dangers are unknown.