New CDC Study Confirms That Almost Every American Has Covid-19 Antibodies


by Kyle Becker, Becker News:

According to a recent study published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly everyone in the United States has some form of protection against COVID-19.

The new CDC study analyzed blood donations from 142,748 individuals aged 16 and older between July and September 2022. The researchers found that 96.4 percent of the donors had evidence of antibodies against COVID-19, indicating prior infection, vaccination, or both.


Comparing the data to earlier periods, the study revealed an increase in the percentage of people with antibodies. The figure rose from 93.5 percent during January to March 2022 and 68.4 percent in mid-2021. Of those with antibodies, approximately 26 percent had antibodies solely from vaccination, 22.6 percent had antibodies solely from prior infection, and 47.7 percent had antibodies from both vaccination and prior infection.

This tracks with exclusive reporting here that nearly everyone in the United States had been exposed to Covid-19 by December 2022. The nucleocapsid antibodies (as opposed to spike antibodies) result from exposure to the SARS-CoV-2 virus. As of the data in November 2022, the nucleocapsid antibodies in the United States ranged between 63% (Puerto Rico) to 97% (Utah). Currently in the U.S., the XBB subvariants of the Omicron variant are predominant.

The study also noted that infection-induced immunity was more prevalent among the unvaccinated individuals in the cohort. The presence of antibodies, whether acquired through infection or vaccination, likely contributes to lower rates of severe disease and death from COVID-19 compared to the early stages of the pandemic.

While the CDC continues to express unwavering support for Covid mRNA vaccinations for all Americans, regardless of prior infection, age, health status, or comorbidities, the benefits of natural immunity from prior infection to Covid-19 has been proven without a debt, and is consistent with medical experience from viral pandemics over the course of centuries.

The New England Journal of Medicine published a study in June 2022 showing that natural immunity is more effective than vaccinated immunity alone.

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