Will the pandemic start again? This fear is currently taking hold in view of the growing corona threat – some institutions have already re-imposed measures. Of course, the alleged killer virus is now waiting in the wings with new mutations: the website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States currently provides information about the severely mutated variant BA.2.86 (“Pirola”). Has been Spicy: According to the CDC, people who have been vaccinated are especially at risk.
A comment from Vanessa Reiner
The CDC website reads:
Based on what the CDC knows now, existing tests used to detect COVID-19 and drugs used to treat it appear to be effective with this variant. BA.2.86 may be more capable of causing infection in people who have previously had COVID-19 or have received COVID-19 vaccines. Scientists are evaluating the effectiveness of upcoming, updated COVID-19 vaccines. CDC’s current assessment is that this updated vaccine will be effective in reducing severe disease and hospitalizations.
Translated: Based on the CDC’s current findings, existing tests to detect COVID-19 and drugs to treat it appear to be effective in this variant. BA.2.86 may be more likely to cause infection in people who have previously had COVID-19 or have been vaccinated against COVID-19. Scientists are currently evaluating the effectiveness of upcoming, updated COVID-19 vaccines. CDC’s current assessment is that this updated vaccine will be effective in reducing severe disease and hospitalizations.
Please note below that as of current status BA.2.86 does not lead to an increase in serious disease – but this assessment may still change, there is a caveat.
Taking into account the fact that previous infections with other coronaviruses can also trigger immunity against SARS-CoV-2, the thesis that people who have recovered are particularly at risk seems extremely bold. Is. Acclaimed vaccines, on the other hand, produce the best immune response against the spike protein of the variant for which they were developed – with associated mutations, “effectiveness” is quickly lost. Previous variants have already shown that people who have been vaccinated are more susceptible to infection than those who have not been vaccinated — even in the CDC’s own studies.
Although the new corona gene treatment is only being tested on mice and it is highly unlikely that preparations that have so far failed across the board will suddenly magically develop a significant protective effect after an “update”, esp. As a precaution against a new, mutated variant, the CDC still recommends the following under the heading “Preventive Actions”: “Get your COVID-19 vaccination” – The new vaccines should be available by mid-September.
This almost gives the impression that it has been understood that those who have been deprived of vaccination to date will not be the target group for experimental gene therapy in the future. Perhaps one or two vaccine recipients will be particularly quick to get the next shot if you tell them that their previous injection made them more susceptible? In fact, most people who get vaccinated will have long ago realized that they were not doing their health any favors by getting the supposedly harmless “prick”: The CDC’s factual admission that vaccination membership harms the immune system is very revealing here and once again confirms all the so-called “conspiracy theories.”