Covid-19 does not really seem to be able to gain a foothold in Africa. Experimental vaccines are not needed there either. Why is that? Apparently several factors contribute to the fact that Africans can live freely.
While Europeans and Americans apparently catch one wave of infection after another despite (or because of?) The experimental Covid vaccine, life in Africa actually goes on undisturbed.
The Associated Press noted in one Report from Friday fest: “When the coronavirus first emerged last year, health officials feared the pandemic would sweep across Africa, killing millions of people. While it is still unclear what the final death toll from Covd-19 will be, this catastrophic scenario has not yet materialized in Zimbabwe or much of the continent. “
The AP admits that the Africa case is too big to ignore. It can be seen that, by and large, it has been possible to escape the pandemic. However, this puzzles some scientists and health professionals:
However, there is something “mysterious” about Africa that puzzles scientists, according to Wafaa El-Sadr, professor of global health at Columbia University. “Africa doesn’t have the vaccines and the resources to fight Covid-19 that are available in Europe and the US, but somehow things seem to be doing better there,” she said.
Less than 6 percent of the people in Africa are vaccinated. For months, the WHO has named Africa one of the least affected regions in the world in its weekly pandemic reports.
Several factors help
And as many “skeptics” of the official narrative in the West have long emphasized, the risk for young people is demonstrably much lower – sunshine and vitamin D also help. Now, more than a year and a half after the start of the global pandemic, the AP report of the Mainstream media about: “Some researchers say that the continent’s younger population – the median age is 20 compared to 43 in Western Europe – in addition to their lower urbanization and inclination to spend time outdoors, may have spared the more deadly effects of the virus so far . Several studies are investigating whether there could be other explanations, including genetic reasons or previous infections with parasitic diseases.
Do you remember India? Prime Minister Modi said they had it under control – they used ostracized drugs like hydrochloroquine (HCQ) and ivermectin. And then they got a big load of vaccines courtesy of the US and the EU. So the government banned HCQ and ivermectin and said everyone should get vaccinated. Cases exploded, hospitals were overrun, etc. Eventually they allowed HCQ and ivermectin again (and added zinc and vitamin D). Now India no longer has a Covid problem. And the scientists are at a loss how that can be.
Experimental vaccines are not a panacea
As we are currently seeing, the “cases” are currently exploding, especially in those countries where vaccination coverage is high. Why? Because they offer a deceptive pseudo-security. You can still get Covid-19 and continue to spread the virus (while there is no evidence that those who recover can spread the virus even if they are reinfected). On the other hand, vaccinated people no longer have to take tests in many countries, whereas unvaccinated people do. A rogue who thinks evil.
Everywhere you look you realize that you will not get the situation under control with any experimental vaccine. Rather, it shows that there are definitely (also inexpensive) drugs for prophylaxis and treatment. You should rely on this. Then lockdowns, compulsory masks and the like will become just as obsolete as these pseudo-vaccines, which are associated with an excessive number of side effects. Take a look at Africa, where it can go on without these vaccines without any problems. Maybe we should learn something from the Africans after all. At least with regard to Covid-19, definitely.