When asked why government is mandating vaccination for everyone, even those who have had COVID-19 and have natural antibodies. Hamada said: “That’s one of the things that actually makes me think there’s something more to this than just straight science. In the virus, there are 16 non-structural proteins that are coded by the genome, and there are only four structural proteins and those are S protein, Membrane protein, Envelope protein and Nucleocapsid protein where the RNA is stored. So the vaccines are only made against the S protein, but all those other antigenic indicators of the virus are not addressed by the vaccine.
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“Natural immunity takes them all. So, natural immunity is going to build a more robust, more effective and a wider immunity against coronavirus and enable us to actually interact more against the variants.” Hamada’s submission agrees with a study by medrxiv.org which compared SARS-CoV-2 natural immunity to vaccine-induced immunity. They concluded that natural immunity confers longer lasting and stronger protection against infection, symptomatic disease and hospitalisation caused by the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2, compared to the BNT162b2 two-dose vaccine-induced immunity. Weighing in on the matter, Ogunmoyela said: “The truth is this: If you’ve tested positive to COVID-19, then you need to be vaccinated 30 to 35 days after infection. The vaccine helps you to build up your natural immunity.”
Adebajo said: “Ideally, if you’ve been exposed to a disease, you don’t need a vaccine in most cases. There are some vaccines that will confer life-long immunity; for some, you will require a booster after two to 10 years. “Sometimes when people are exposed to a disease and recover, it is assumed that they have immunity but the percentage needs to be assessed. Example, I have been exposed to malaria and recovered; which means I am supposed to be immune against malaria; but if you look at the antibodies I have developed against malaria, it may be just 45 per cent; it won’t be effective, so if I am exposed to the disease again, I’m likely to come down with malaria. Nobody measures the antibody level of people who have been exposed to COVID-19.”
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However, US Congressman, Thomas Massie, in an interview, had advised people who want to get the COVID-19 vaccine to first get an antibody test. He said: “I had an antibody test 18 months ago that came back positive with high levels of antibodies and so I’ve been interested personally as to whether the vaccine improves on that immunity and how durable and long-lasting that immunity is.” Otoikhian calls it simple advertisement. “Asking the unvaccinated to vaccinate is like simple advert for a product. They want to achieve a set agenda best known to them. The vaccine does not protect you as they have recently admitted. That is the scientific truth! So if it cannot protect you, why taking it and forcing people to take it?
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“It is scientifically baseless and a calculated attempt by the virus marketers to persuade people to take the vaccine. For more than a year now, I have asked the Minister of Health to bring a sample of the vaccine let us analyse the active ingredients. I am still waiting. So I still maintain that asking everyone to take the vaccine is pure marketing strategy to achieve the aims of declaring the pandemic in the first place.”
Spreading the virus by the vaccinatedStudies have shown that indeed, the vaccinated can still actively spread the virus without knowing it as they may be asymptomatic. But Otoikhian said: “As a scientist, yes, the vaccinated can still spread the virus because they are the ones that have the virus. But let me say here that from all my analyses, there is nobody who is vaccinated against any virus made by man that can spread it considering the mechanism of infection of non-living organisms or disease-causing agents like COVID-19 virus. “The process through which vaccine is administered is intravenous, so it jumps the skin defence or body immune defence and have access to the bloodstream. So, they are not transferable because immediately they enter the body, they get attached to cells, they stay in the cells and disintegrate into millions of smaller particles.”