The only way to reach herd immunity is through vaccination. Letting the virus run its course through the population would cause “untold death and suffering.”


The vast majority of those who might get ill from COVID-19 can be easily treated and quickly recover, and be left with long-term immunity, as long as those cheap, effective and available remedies are not suppressed. The only people who are at risk of death are those with two or more co-morbidities, and those are mostly elderly people.

Letting the virus run its course through the healthy, younger population, and treating the disease immediately with the remedies that work would produce herd immunity, at least as it used to be defined.

In response, WHO changed the definition of herd immunity. Prior to October 2020, the definition for herd immunity was that the population was immune either through vaccination or through previous infection.

The new definition says that herd immunity is only used for vaccination, comes about “if a threshold of vaccination is reached,” and is achieved by protecting people from the virus, not exposing them to it. That is convenient because the SARS-CoV-2 injections do not contain the virus. Ironically, their new definition also says that “[V]accines work without making us sick. Vaccinated people are protected from getting the disease in question and passing it on, breaking any chains of transmission.” The statistics now show that these injections have made many people very sick, and don’t prevent infection or transmission.