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* Guest: Dr. Scott Bradley – To Preserve The Nation – FreedomsRisingSun.com.
* Study: Previous COVID-19 infection prevents delta better than Pfizer shot – Largest real-world analysis finds natural immunity superior – Art Moore, WND.com.
* People who recovered from a bout with COVID-19 may face lower risk from the Delta variant when compared to those who have not been infected with coronavirus at all and have just the two-dose Pfizer vaccine, Bloomberg reported. “It’s a textbook example of how natural immunity is really better than vaccination,” says Charlotte Thålin, a physician and immunology researcher.
* The increased protection found in the study extended beyond reinfection, as natural immunity was also found to lead to fewer symptomatic cases and hospitalizations as well.
* The largest real-world analysis to date found people previously infected with COVID-19 are at lower risk of contracting the delta variant than people who received two doses of the vaccine produced by Pfizer and BioNTech.
* Data from the United Kingdom, meanwhile, indicate that vaccinated people also are spreading the coronavirus. “We don’t have anything which will stop that transmission to other people,” said Dr. Andrew Pollard, director of the Oxford Vaccine Group.
* Latest UK Delta covid data is ugly – 67% of deaths are vaccinated, 48% of cases are vaccinated. – The vaccinated are spreading the virus too.
* In a column this week for the Blaze, Daniel Horowitz summarized 15 studies showing natural immunity from COVID-19 through infection is superior to vaccines.
* Why Anti-Covid Plastic Barriers in Classrooms and Restaurants May Make Things Worse!
* Ida Hits as One of Strongest Storms to Ever Strike Louisiana Hundreds of thousands are without power as powerful storm hit New Orleans.
* Hurricane Ida made landfall late on Sunday morning at Port Fourchon, exactly 16 years since Hurricane Katrina, the catastrophic hurricane that killed more than 1,800 on the Gulf coast in 2005. The hurricane hit Louisiana as a Category 4 storm, lashing the coast with 150 mile-per-hour winds, and torrential downpours. It has since weakened to a tropical storm.