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And what if you had the virus and you now have immunity? No answer!

You could have 'had' the virus - or maybe you just had flu - but in any case, you can still catch a variation easily. A vaccine gives you more immunity to more variations.

That is not true! In fact those who had the Corona SARS virus in 2003 and the Corona SARS-COV-2 virus in 2005 have immunity today against COVID-19

doctors across Europe and North America, say studies on Covid-19’s closest-related virus to infect humans, SARS, revealed that those who had acquired natural immunity in 2003 remain protected even now.

In other words there is no scientific basis for this so-called Covid vaccine passports.

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