Endlessly, you know, amazed
- Aug 6, 2020
- Arizona, USA
I haven't had any vaccines and I have not been sick since mid Feb. 2020. It seems to me that natural immunity is just as valid.
The only way to find out if one has natural immunity or not is to: 1. not get vaccinated, and 2. get sick and 3. survive intact. In my country, the millions of people who were not vaccinated, and got sick and either died or are permanently damaged found out they did not have good natural immunity.
If you have natural immunity, and don't get vaccinated, you run the risk of infecting someone who may die or be disabled. As a good member of my community - however one chooses to define it - I am motivated to make decisions which do not put others at risk.
Since Covid was a new infection for people, it was impossible for governments and medical professionals to decide how deadly it was for different people.
To reason based on one's personal experience is fine and a great starting point; however, to extrapolate from that personal experience to the rest of the community, the country, or humanity is wrong. N ≠ 1.