Since the beginning of this pandemic, we’ve been told to follow the science. Science is:
the pursuit and application of knowledge and understanding of the natural and social world following a systematic methodology based on evidence.⁶
We’ve been seeing a lot of evidence that we need to apply in regards to blood clots and myocarditis.
Each of the young men in this article were athletes at the top of their game. They can no longer participate in their respective sports, let alone exercise! They were healthy, active young men in the prime of their life, just like the service men who had recently been diagnosed with myocarditis.
Two of the above had recovered from confirmed cases of COVID. They had natural immunity. Blanket requirements and universal, mass vaccine recommendations required them to get the vaccine. We are seeing devastating scenarios like this in college students as schools are also imposing mandates. Nobody is checking to see if these individuals have already developed immunity.
Few are talking about natural immunity. What are the consequences of this vaccine to those who have natural immunity? Safety data is not yet available. With so many young people having mild, possibly asymptomatic cases, it is hard to determine who has already recovered from the virus. A very basic understanding of the immune system would indicate this is problematic, even deadly.
With this age group typically having such mild cases, should the vaccine even be used in these populations? Under EUA (emergency use authorization) guidelines, I’d have to say the recommendations don’t fit the criteria. One of the minimum requirements is that the known and potential beneﬁts outweigh the known potential risks.⁷
These young, healthy, vibrant people are being injured and even dying. When blanket mandates and universal guidelines are put into place, the individual loses their right to informed consent. Medical freedoms are restricted because these kids and young adults need to get the vaccine in order to participate in sports or attend colleges and universities. We need to help these young people and continue to advocate for informed consent. That starts with getting accurate information to the people so that they can make decisions for their family. At The Wellness Way we will always advocate for medical freedoms and informed consent. Mandates restrict those freedoms.