Tuesday, June 22, 2021

So much for the dread delta variant/ Public Health England

Here is what the government experts in the UK had to say last week about the delta variant. Below is my summary:

1.  We think it is more transmissible that the initial Covid variant.  However, since the original Covid variant was extremely transmissible, it is unclear how much difference this will make, especially in the US and other locations where levels of immunity are high--which naturally lowers transmissibility considerably.

2.  We wish we could say it causes more severe disease than earlier variants, but we have no evidence it does.

3.  We wish we could say that this variant defeats natural immunity, but there is no evidence it does.

4.  Vaccine effectiveness seems to be a tiny bit less for this variant, but this is hardly noticeable after two doses of vaccine.  We have no idea how transmission of the delta variant is affected by vaccination. [Nass--this is hard to believe, given the other family studies Public Health England reports having done.  Did they avoid studying it, because vaccination did not prevent transmission?]

Overall UK assessment:  our findings are contradictory.  We know nothing about whether the disease caused by the delta variant is any different than the severity or pattern of disease due to the earlier variants.  

Yet most cases in the UK are now being caused by the delta variant. [So how can they be so ignorant?--Nass] Coming up with answers is a priority for UK public health.

Nass' bottom line:  ignore the hype.  Get some HCQ and ivermectin in case you are still not immune (though you probably are if you live in the UK or US) in case you do get a symptomatic case of Covid; check your Vitamin D level; take some zinc; call it good.  Throw away the TV, relax and do something fun.


Anonymous said...

Great synopsis.
Is the SARS CoV-2 IgG blood test accurate? I'm still negative, drat.

Anonymous said...

Appreciate your assessment here! Great advice. Thanks Dr. Nass
-Rob Lord

Anonymous said...

Here is Fauci's comment:

“Similar to the situation in the U.K., the delta variant is currently the greatest threat in the U.S. to our attempt to eliminate Covid-19."

And here is the CDC thing to invoke more fear:

“As worrisome as this delta strain is with regard to its hyper transmissibility, our vaccines work,” Walensky said. If you get vaccinated, “you’ll be protected against this delta variant,” she added.

Have these two dirtbags have no shame?

Anonymous said...

Ivor Cummins had a great bit about the Indian variant and how it is a simply a govt scare tactic.


Anonymous said...

But how can someone in the US get HCQ or ivermectin? Quite difficult.

Anonymous said...

Dr. Nass, someone I follow on twitter has looked at the protocol of the upcoming Oxford University ivermectin trial and is arguing that it is designed to fail and will probably result in avoidable deaths. I don't have the expertise to confirm his claim, but if he's right, I hope that qualified people will shine some light on the matter ahead of time.


And more on his main twitter feed:


- Moki

Unknown said...

You're good. And, I'm happy you live in my very own town of Ellsworth.

Meryl Nass, M.D. said...

This post has links with places where you can get treatments for Covid


Anonymous said...

Does getting Ivermectin require test results even if threshold is set high cycle even a papaya will test as Covid patient?
Do the experts who point out bogus testing and those aware of this who prescribe Ivermectin require bs test results?
Also, if testing at high cycles for Covid no matter who what where testing with some 100% results Covid with false results no way to distinguish cases if any real? In fact 100% results false would amount to favoring rigged no Covid cases as no distinguishing from 100% false results if any cases at all as stated? This would be similar to bs in 9/11 counter intelligence experts pointing out false official narrative ad nosyeumm while officials ignore it all conclude paid agents?