Severe COVID ‘rare’ in people who haven’t been vaccinated, survey finds

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A survey of 300,000 people who did not receive the COVID-19 vaccine revealed the not vaccinated have not placed a disproportionate burden on healthcare systems – in fact, they have experienced very low rates of hospitalization and severe COVID-19.

There have been very few studies of how those who have chosen to rely on natural immunity and natural products, compared to those who have consented to genetic COVID-19 vaccines, the latter of which may or no, have also tried to optimize their immune systems, fare when it comes to COVID-19.

The few that have been made often mix vaccinated and unvaccinated, as the case of UK data by Professor Norman Fenton and his group at Queen Mary, University of London.

This changes with the first publication of the analysis of survey data from the international community. Control group project – also known as Vax Control Group.

The citizens’ project was initiated by a cooperative in Eastbourne (United Kingdom), the Control group cooperative — and he has more than 300,000 subscribers.

Rob Verkerk Ph.D. of Alliance for Natural Health led a team, including Dr Naseeba Kathrada (GP, South Africa, Caring Healthcare Workers Coalition), Christof Plothe DO (integrative practitioner and osteopath, Germany) and Dr Kat Lindley (Family Physician, USA), who collected, analyzed and interpreted the first five months of survey data participants in the “control group”.

The survey data offer important revelations, including:

  • Unvaccinated “control group” participants do not impose a disproportionate burden on healthcare systems – in fact, quite the contrary, they experienced very low hospitalization rates and severe COVID-19 illness is rare.
  • They are more likely to take care of themselves, using natural products like vitamin D, vitamin C, zinc and quercetin.
  • Many have used ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine.
  • The women suffered from menstrual and bleeding abnormalities despite not being vaccinated, possibly due to spike protein exposure and excretion.
  • Their mental health burden has been considerable, perhaps compounded by their stigmatization by the mainstream “vaccinated” society.
  • They were heavily discriminated against because of their decision to exercise their right to informed consent and to refuse the administration of “genetic vaccines”.

Read the press release:

No injections, fewer hospitalizations – Findings of an international survey

An international survey of a health-conscious ‘control group’, which includes more than 300,000 people who chose to avoid COVID-19 vaccination, shows that participants place only a minimal burden on healthcare systems due to their heavy reliance on natural immunity, self-care, and the use of natural health supplements to help prevent or even treat COVID-19.

Yet this group faces unfounded discrimination, job losses and mental health issues intensified by their marginalization by mainstream society.

The “control group” participant survey includes a subset of over 305,000 participants from more than 175 countries who joined the Citizens Project and chose not to receive Vaccines against covid-19.

The results have just been uploaded to the preprint server ResearchGateshow that during the 5-month survey period (September 2021 through February 2022 inclusive), participants suffered low rates of severe COVID-19 illness, were infrequently hospitalized, and used extensively natural health products for both the prevention and treatment of mild to moderate COVID-19.

Data from the first five months of the control group survey was analyzed and interpreted by an independent international team led by Robert Verkerk Ph.D.multidisciplinary scientist and founder, executive and scientific director of the nonprofit Alliance for Natural Health International.

Co-authors included three practicing clinicians, Dr. Naseeba Kathrada from South Africa, Christof Plothe DO from Germany, and Dr. Katarina Lindley from the United States.

The authors came together to assess the survey data through their collaboration over recent months with the Global Health Council, a global nonprofit coalition of health-focused organizations and civil society groups.

The survey results were based on a sub-cohort of approximately 18,500 control group participants who completed questionnaires on a monthly basis during the first five months of the survey.

Among the many data collected, the survey captured participants’ reasons for avoiding vaccines, with distrust of governments and pharmaceutical companies as well as concerns about adverse effects from insufficiently tested vaccines topping the list. .

Participants reported significant mental health issues that may have been compounded by the stigma and discrimination faced by those who avoided COVID-19 vaccines.

It also found that women, despite not being vaccinated against COVID-19, suffered from menstrual and bleeding abnormalities that may have been associated with viral exposure, shedding, exposure to spike proteins or behavioral changes related to the pandemic. Those who never wore a mask reported the lowest levels of COVID-19 disease.

Because participants are self-selected and self-reported, survey results should be interpreted with caution when comparing them with national statistics or studies based on randomly selected populations.

The UK-based Project Control Group was established in mid-2021 as a citizen-led cooperative that aims to assess long-term health outcomes among people without COVID-19 vaccines as well as link its members to country support networks and online community groups. .

Originally posted by International Natural Health Alliance.

© 2022 International Natural Health Alliance. This work is reproduced and distributed with permission from The Alliance for Natural Health International.

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