Misinformation about the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) continues to run rampant as government officials and public health “experts” refuse to admit they were wrong about pretty much everything.
Almost nothing people were ordered to do, from testing to masking to “vaccinating,” produced positive outcomes because all of it was based on covid myths that have since been debunked. Here are the top 10 most prominent covid myths that are still spreading as “facts:”
1) Natural immunity offers little protection compared to “vaccine immunity”
A study published in The Lancet that looked at 65 major studies from 19 different countries shows that natural immunity, meaning unvaccinated immunity, is at least as effective as the fake “immunity” produced by the primary round of covid shots.
Facebook banned the study, naturally, but it shows that the best way to stay protected against covid is to rely on your own God-given immune system rather than Big Pharma’s experimental chemical offerings.
2) Masks prevent covid transmission
This myth led to tens of millions of people being forced into face muzzles that suffocated them, and in some cases led to the spread of more disease. Esteemed Oxford researchers recently confirmed that masks are medically useless, often causing more harm than good.
3) Closing schools reduces covid transmission
The only thing keeping children at home did during covid was isolate them from their friends and teachers, leading to mental illness and other health problems, and compromised their education.
4) Myocarditis caused by the jabs is exceedingly rare
It turns out that covid jabs are a much more prominent cause of myocarditis than infection with “covid,” a virus that has never been isolated, by the way.
5) Young people can benefit from getting covid “boosted”
Even worse than the primary round of covid injections are the “boosters” that the Biden regime and others have been aggressively pushing. There is zero evidence that getting boosted does anything other than produce vaccine-induced AIDS (VAIDS), research shows.
Another common covid myth, or No. 6, is the idea that forcing people to get “vaccinated” helped to increase vaccination rates, and thus reduce the number of infections, illnesses, and deaths.
“The mandate was based on the theory that vaccination reduced transmission rates – a notion later proven to be false,” reported the New York Post.
7) It is a conspiracy theory to suggest that covid came from a Wuhan lab
There is still zero evidence to suggest that covid was a natural occurrence, but this has not stopped the powers that be from claiming that anyone citing the lab origin theory is spreading conspiracy lies.
8) People must get the second jab dose three or four weeks after the first one
Early on, everyone was told that the two-dose injection regimen must be taken no more than one month apart. This is despite the fact that data suggests a longer in-between spacing period of at least three months.
9) The “bivalent booster” is backed by “crystal clear” science
The only data backing the so-called “bivalent booster” shot for the latest covid variants is a pathetic animal study involving just eight mice. To this day, there has not been a single randomized controlled trial of the bivalent booster to suggest that it is anything other than snake oil for the gullible.
10) One in five people contract “long” covid
We were told by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that 20 percent of covid infections will lead to long covid. Because of this, the federal agency wants everyone to get injected again and again and again.
The truth is that only three percent of covid patients, according to a U.K. study, suffer covid symptoms lasting longer than 12 weeks.
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