First, my background is a BSN in science- nursing, I am a licensed Public Health RN and I have attended but did not finish a masters in science of public health from The George Washington University. I have been a practicing PHN and RN for 15 years, have spent several years specifically working with vaccines and have a particular interest in ongoing public health research. If you look up my pen name, you won’t find my license because this is all written under a pen name.
This is not proven but I believe that most of the worlds population has already had the Covid-19 virus in its first strain. That alpha strain was the most dangerous and killed many people outright. But the reactions to the virus ranged hugely from not even having symptoms to death. Most people who were going to die from Covid died in the year and specifically spring of 2020- mostly because the virus was incredibly contagious and lockdown measures could at best slow down the transmission but certainly was not going to prevent it altogether.
The alpha strain gave people immunity to that strain. Therefore, once you had had the first strain of Covid-19, it was not possible to get it again. I will add some supporting links and studies here later. The NIH had funded a now abandoned study that showed people immune to Covid-19 after having it for upwards of 9 months. That is, until the study was abandoned.
However, having Covid-19 alpha strain does not protect against infection of later strains. Or perhaps it does offer some protection, but I suspect the strains have become weaker. So, people who had Covid-19 before and are immune to the first strain- which is likely not even in circulation anymore- could get Covid-19 again but as a different strain.
I suspect that the Covid-19 vaccine was not very effective to begin with- if effective at all. The reason being that by the time it had come out- most people- whether they knew it or not had been infected with the alpha strain, giving them lifelong immunity. Covid-19 mutated- as do many other viruses so like the cold virus after which it is named- we can get sick from it once it mutates enough.
The new strains have been identified and named- so this is not news. However, the vaccine has stayed the same. If it had offered any protection, it is now too late because we are facing different strains of the original virus.
Not only that- but my theory is that the human body- once sensitized to Covid-19 and having developed lifelong antibodies towards it- will overreact if given the vaccine. Specifically, the immune response will release create and release the antibodies it already has to the vaccine plus be stimulated to make more- which I suspect will overload the inflammatory response into dangerous levels and treat the vaccine as an allergen. And the body will have an allergic reaction.
I developed this theory independently a year or so ago. Now, many studies are showing that people are having reactions- some life threatening to the vaccine and especially towards boosters. Most people who die from the vaccine or start to have more severe allergic reactions do so either after the first shot or once they have had three shots or more.
I can’t prove this yet, but I can provide sources that back up this theory. Which I will do in the coming days. I don’t know if anyone else has the same theory, but I finally decided to write it down.
Any questions- feel free to message me as I am happy to explain medical terminology.