Studies conducted at the University of California, San Francisco indicate the presence of new vaccine-resistant strains of the COVID-19 or CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, which are spreading among mainly vaccinated people.

The team of researchers led by eminent virologist Dr. Charles Chiu found that 78% of people fully vaccinated with the experimental treatment were infected by these mutant strains, the local Mercury News reported on Aug. 27. 

As for unvaccinated people, the percentage of infections caused by these new variants was 48%. 

Also, between February and June, the number of COVID-19 cases generated by these mutations doubled.

This scenario is worrying about Dr. Chiu, mainly because of the future risks that could arise.

“But I worry that as long as the virus is circulating, it will continue to mutate and evolve, which will, in turn, allow it to continue spreading,” he said.

Such a process would mean the possibility of it becoming even stronger: “until, eventually, you’re going to see the vaccine not work, or its efficacy will be reduced significantly,” Dr. Chiu adds.

In other words, Dr. Chiu calculates that the mutant COVID-19 viruses will increase their preeminence until they are dominant, implying the gradual rendering of vaccines useless. 

Consequently, this cycle would necessitate periodic booster vaccines to counteract the increasing virulence of the mutant variants. 

On the other hand, the results of the study indicate that those who never develop symptoms during an “advanced” infection are carriers of very low levels of the virus, and therefore would not be spreaders of the virus. 

Conversely, vaccinated people who develop symptoms will continue to contaminate others. “You’re essentially as infectious as someone who was unvaccinated,” Dr. Chiu said. 

The research was based on 1,373 cases of people seeking treatment in the San Francisco Bay Area between Feb. 1 and June 30. 

The results of the research would also suggest that natural immunity is more protective than that offered by vaccines. 

In recognition of this, George Mason University (GMU), Virginia, was forced to grant a medical exemption from the COVID-19 vaccine to one of its professors after he sued in a state court, according to the New Civil Liberties Alliance (NCLA) website.

Thus, the veteran law professor, Todd Zywicki, will not have to be vaccinated; however, he must be tested for COVID-19 every week while on campus, and at events, he must be more than six feet away from other people.

Several positive COVID-19 antibody tests performed last year on Professor Zywicki show that his natural immunity is strong, and even his personal immunologist believes that he does not need to be inoculated with the vaccine, arguing that ordering unnecessary procedures violates medical ethics.

From the initial moment, he was denied the exemption despite having natural immunity, Zywicki began to move and shared research on natural immunity on Twitter.

Counting on this legal triumph in favor of natural immunity against COVID-19, NCLA insists that it be recognized that this makes vaccination against the virus unnecessary.