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Iceland Will Lift All Covid Restrictions — But It Also Has a Reality Check for Vaccine Pushers

Iceland is the latest European nation to be ditching Covid restrictions. The tiny north Atlantic country is not only restoring a semblance of freedom for its citizens — it has a reality check for the vaccine pushers.

“Widespread societal resistance to COVID-19 is the main route out of the epidemic,” the Ministry of Health said on Wednesday.

“To achieve this, as many people as possible need to be infected with the virus as the vaccines are not enough, even though they provide good protection against serious illness,” it added.

Iceland has done some of the widest Covid testing of any nation in the world. It has found that nearly half of its citizens got Covid and recovered without showing any symptoms. That is double the CDC’s estimate that approximately one in four people with COVID-19 are asymptomatic.

Therefore, the mRNA ‘vaccines’ are not the way to stop the spread of the virus. They a type of preventative therapeutic that help the most vulnerable avoid getting the worst form of the illness — similar to a flu shot.

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Iceland’s announcement provides further confirmation that the Omicron variant has effectively rendered vaccination moot for those with prior infections. Johns Hopkins researchers recently published a study on natural immunity that went largely ignored in the U.S. media.

Dr. Marty Makary, spearheading a team at Johns Hopkins, showed remarkably that 99% of unvaccinated people known to have Covid infections had robust “natural immunity” that did not diminish for at least 650 days.

Dr. Dennis G. McGonagle, who is a professor of medicine at the University of Leeds, also authored a letter published at The Lancet that demonstrated further that vaccine mandates are worse than useless — they are harming the medical field.

“First, it is well established that for single stranded RNA viruses such as influenza, natural immunity after recovery from infection provides better protection than vaccination, which needs to be undertaken annually because of waning vaccine immunity,” the letter reads. “The same has been shown for SARS-CoV-2; in one study, individuals exposed to natural infection were ten-times less likely to be reinfected compared with vaccinated individuals without natural infection (adjusted hazard ratio 0·02, 95% CI 0·01–0·04 for previous infection vs 0·26, 0·24–0·28 for vaccination). Individuals exposed to natural infection were also less likely to be admitted to hospital with COVID-19.”

As Becker News exclusively reported, an average of 4 out of 5 Americans in each state have natural immunity from prior infection. This is a high enough level to qualify as “herd immunity,” according to the Mayo Clinic’s definition at the outset of the Covid pandemic.

Since early February, Sweden, Switzerlandthe Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Ireland and Wales also announced they were ending Covid restrictions. None of them have seen a recorded spike in Covid cases.


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