Our Strong Natural Immunities Are Key, Superior For Protection
As more Americans rely on building up their natural immunities, rather than relying on experimental (and potentially hazardous) solutions, the rates in flues, colds and viruses stabilize and decrease.
John Hopkins School of Medicine Dr. Marty Makary recently said data from Israel revealed that natural immunity appears to be 6.7 times more effective than being vaccinated when it comes to fighting off COVID-19.
“One of the great failures of our medical leadership has been ignoring the half of America with natural immunity, which is the half of non-vaccinated folks.”
From CDC’s COVID data tracker weekly review published the first week of October 2021.
Nine statistics to know:
1. The nation’s current seven-day case average is 106,395, a 13.3 percent decrease from the previous week’s average.
2. This marks the second consecutive week of decrease after the CDC on Sept. 24 reported a 17.1 percent fall in the nation’s seven-day case average.
3. The current seven-day hospitalization average for Sept. 22-28 is 8,321, a 14.9 percent drop from the previous week’s average.
4. About 214.3 million people have received at least one dose — 64.6 percent of the total U.S. population — and more than 184.6 million people have gotten both doses, or 55.6 percent of the population.
5. The seven-day average number of vaccines administered daily was 726,899 as of Sept. 30, a 6.4 percent increase from the previous week.
6. Based on projections for the week ending Sept. 25, the CDC estimates the delta variant accounts for more than 99 percent of all U.S. COVID-19 cases.
7. The current seven-day death average is 1,476, down 3.3 percent from the previous week’s average. Some historical deaths have been excluded from these counts, the CDC admitted.
8. The seven-day average for percent positivity from tests is 6.6 percent, down 11.1 percent from the previous week.
9. The nation’s seven-day average test volume for the week of Sept. 17-23 was about 1.6 million, down 5.4 percent from the prior week’s average.
Wyoming reported moderate flu activity for the week ending Sept. 25, according to the CDC’s FluView report published Oct. 1.
Three other updates:
1. The percentage of visits to an outpatient provider for flu-like illness was 1.9 percent for the week ending Sept. 25, below the national baseline of 2.6 percent. The figure is down from the week before, when it was 2.1 percent.
2. No new pediatric flu deaths were reported for the week ending Sept. 25. In total, one pediatric flu death has been recorded for the 2020-21 flu season.
3. The national flu, pneumonia and/or COVID-19 mortality rate is 20.9 percent, which sits above the epidemic threshold of 5.6 percent. Among the 4,451 deaths reported for the week, 3,606 had COVID-19 listed as an underlying or contributing cause of death on the death certificate.
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