Sep 16, 2021 -- 2:18PM, impossible123 wrote:
I'd readily and willingly be in a close environment with fellow jabbers than non-jabbers. Whether the non-jabbers have had the virous or not is immaterial as non-jabbers would be more likely carriers/transmitters of the virus thus presenting a possible hazard to those they come into contact. The case in point is the degree of potential risk to others.
Would you prefer no care or a carer who has not had the vaccine if you needed round the clock care to survive and had been vaxxed yourself?
Sep 16, 2021 -- 3:12PM, Johnny The Guesser wrote:
So do you not get natural immunity when infected after a jab ?
It is the question though Johnny, did you forget you asked it?
Sep 16, 2021 -- 4:08PM, Johnny The Guesser wrote:
You contended , higher up this thread ,that natural infection produces different levels of antibodies when compared to vaccination and then infection .
Well bearing in mind we know different vaccines produce different anti body levels with some more effective against the delta variant than the other, it isn't rocket science to extrapolate from that natural immunity will be different again. You hardly need to be an expert to say the blindingly obvious or have you been living in a cave over the last year where we keep hearing percentages of protection from the different vaccines which drum roll.............are differ
Sep 16, 2021 -- 4:21PM, Johnny The Guesser wrote:
But you pretended to know differences in antibody levels and immunity between 1/ Infection with no vaccination2/ Vaccination only3/ Vaccination then infection.When clearly you don't know.
A serious question, are you senile?