According to the mainstream media, getting a cold can provide you protection against COVID-19. So why do we need the shots? And if a cold provides protection, how different is it than the virus that the rulers continue to fearmonger over?
High levels of T-cells from common cold coronaviruses can provide protection against COVID-19, an Imperial College London study published on Monday has found, which could inform approaches for second-generation vaccines.
Immunity against COVID-19 is a complex picture, and while there is evidence of waning antibody levels six months after vaccination, T-cells are also believed to play a vital role in providing protection.
The study, which began in September 2020, looked at levels of cross-reactive T-cells generated by previous common colds in 52 household contacts of positive COVID-19 cases shortly after exposure, to see if they went on to develop an infection. It found that the 26 who did not develop infection had significantly higher levels of those T-cells than people who did get infected. Imperial did not say how long protection from the T-cells would last. –Reuters
“We found that high levels of pre-existing T cells, created by the body when infected with other human coronaviruses like the common cold, can protect against COVID-19 infection,” study author Dr. Rhia Kundu said.
But this whole “study” is now being used to promote the “vaccines” that have been shown to be ineffective at the prevention of infection and transmission.
“In contrast, the internal proteins targeted by the protective T-cells we identified mutate much less,” Professor Ajit Lalvani, co-author of the study, said.
“Consequently, they are highly conserved between the various SARS-CoV-2 variants, including Omicron. New vaccines that include these conserved, internal proteins would therefore induce broadly protective T cell responses that should protect against current and future SARS-CoV-2 variants.” –Reuters
So they tell you that the “vaccines” won’t stop transmission and a cold will provide adequate protection against future infection, but you still have to get three, if not four shots to prevent transmission or infection? None of this makes sense anymore. But maybe it’s not supposed to.