During a segment on CNN, Dr. Anthony Fauci struggled to explain why Americans who have natural immunity to COVID should get the vaccine, remarking, “I don’t have a really firm answer for you on that.”
However, he went on to suggest that they should get the vaccine anyway.
The topic was raised by CNN’s chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
“There was a study that came out of Israel about natural immunity and basically the headline was that natural immunity provides a lot of protection, even better than the vaccines alone,” said Gupta.
“So as we talk about vaccine mandates…people say I’ve already had COVID, I’m protected and now the study says maybe even more protected than the vaccine alone – should they also get the vaccine, how do you make the case to them?” he asked Fauci.
“I don’t have a really firm answer for you on that,” responded Fauci, before going on to claim that the research paper didn’t provide any solid evidence as to the “durability” of natural infection to COVID.
“It is conceivable that you got infected, you’re protected, but you may not be protected for an indefinite period of time,” said Fauci.
That was also a strange response given that the vaccine has proven so inept at offering lasting protection that booster shots are already being rolled out.
Fauci’s claim is also directly disproved by the study itself, which as the Times of Israel summarized, showed that natural immunity provided Israelis “longer-lasting Delta defense than vaccines.”
“The variant was 27 times more likely to break through Pfizer protection from January-February and cause symptoms than it was to penetrate natural immunity from the same period,” reported the newspaper.
So despite the fact that natural immunity is far more powerful in protecting against COVID than the vaccine, Americans are being told to get the vaccine anyway – presumably for no other reason than compliance and the fact that without proof of vaccination they’ll be subjected to medical apartheid.