Stanford’s Scott Atlas Makes the Case for Herd Immunity

‘Instead of total lockdown going on which prevents that, we have a chance to have people develop their own antibodies’

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SCOTT: “That is really the key question is how to move forward. It’s actually good news the virus spreads widely and without high risk to the vast majority of people. It’s in fact half the people are totally asymptomatic. Why is that good news? That is good news because that means that we have a better chance of developing population immunity. Instead of total lockdown going on which prevents that, we have a chance to have people develop their own antibodies and eventually have enough people have these antibodies to block this network of projection and contagion to the people who are vulnerable. That is exactly the same reason why we give widespread vaccines, to induce the so-called unity. By the way, that’s exactly about why it might be useful to take it with antibodies and use it as a treatment. We don’t know for sure that antibodies that are produced are effective in giving immunity. It’s consistent with decades of virology and immunology literature.”

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