Researchers in India have shown that the COVID-19 vaccine will only provide a certain level of efficacy over the next four months. The critical point here? Your antibody count will decrease within four months of the first shot. The study, which involved 614 fully vaccinated healthcare workers (sample size) across India, revealed a significant decline in the population of COVID-fighting antibodies in the first four months after taking the vaccine.
Why is this study important? It is essential because it is another piece of evidence that pushes back against the mainstream narrative. The narrative being, get the shot(s) and you will be “A-OK.” But the reason why this study is vital is that it goes in line with studies presented by Israel. It also aligns with findings in Seychelles and other largely vaccinated countries. The problem is that there is a significant push by many people to obtain vaccines. These individuals could be leaders of the free or not so free world. People that you may know that invite you to their weddings and require vaccinations for entry or friends of yours that require vaccinations for hangouts.
It is also critical in a world where cities in various places require vaccinations for entry into restaurants, public events, or other similar areas. The point being, if we find out the vaccination and its value quickly fades in a short time frame, then what is the point of all of this imposition?
Why are people so uptight about it and why do they feel as if vaccines are the only option when individuals can find antibody treatment centers near them if they notice symptoms?
The Study on Antibodies from the Vaccine
The study’s findings will present the Indian government with a scientific base when deciding whether to continue with the provision of COVID-19 booster doses in the same way some of the Western economies have done.
The study notes that decrease in antibody count does not necessarily mean that the people who get the jab will lose their ability to fight against the disease. The body’s memory cells may step in to offer resistance against COVID-19.
Sanghamitra Pati, a representative from the Regional Medical Research Center located in the eastern city of Bhubaneswar, revealed that the institution would tell the general public if and when the booster jab would be required. The representative also urged scholars to conduct similar studies in different locations.
Elsewhere, British researchers had earlier conducted studies that showed evidence that the protection associated with the two doses of the BioNTech, Pfitzer, and AstraZeneca vaccines started fading within a few months months after injection.
This is one of the first research studies conducted to investigate the evolving nature of COVID-19 vaccines in India. The researchers used a sample size of healthcare workers that were previously vaccinated with the domestically developed Covaxin and India’s licensed version of AstraZeneca, Covishield.
Health officials in India have indicated that even though they were on a serious mission to study the mutating science on the trends taken by booster COVID-19 doses, the government’s priority is to ensure that its over 940 million adults are fully immunized. To date, over 60% of India’s adults have received at least one dose. In comparison, 19% have received the two doses recommended by the World Health Organization.
The Studies Shed More Light on Vaccine Hysteria
These studies are quite critical in that they can at least show some people that vaccines are not the only answer in building defenses against viruses and diseases in general. When there should be an emphasis on overall health, there is an emphasis on fear. When there should be a focus on exercise, fantastic diets, sunlight, and healthy habits, the focus is on panaceas and quick fixes.
In the meantime, the governments in places like Australia, and other areas are taking up more control and imposing their will on their citizens. People in France, Australia, and other areas are pushing back on these stringent requirements that are supposedly put in place to slow the spread. With all the data that we have today, it makes no sense to shutdown businesses, slow down economic activity and increase mental health issues.