The bodies of the obese don’t work properly.
Italian researchers have discovered that healthcare workers with obesity produced only about half the amount of antibodies in response to a second dose of the jab compared with healthy people. Although it is too soon to know what this means for the efficacy of the vaccine, it might imply that people with obesity need an additional booster dose to ensure they are adequately protected against coronavirus.
Previous research has suggested that obesity – which is defined as having a body mass index (BMI) over 30 – increases the risk of dying of Covid-19 by nearly 50%, as well as increasing the risk of ending up in hospital by 113%.
Aldo Venuti, of the Istituti Fisioterapici Ospitalieri in Rome, and his colleagues assessed the antibody response following two doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine in 248 healthcare workers. Seven days after receiving the second dose, 99.5% of them had developed an antibody response, and this response was greater than that recorded in people who had recovered from Covid-19. However, the response was blunted in people who were overweight and obese.
“Since obesity is a major risk factor for morbidity and mortality for patients with Covid-19, it is mandatory to plan an efficient vaccination programme in this subgroup,” Aldo and his colleagues wrote. “Although further studies are needed, this data may have important implications to the development of vaccination strategies for Covid-19, particularly in obese people. If our data was to be confirmed by larger studies, giving obese people an extra dose of the vaccine or a higher dose could be options to be evaluated in this population.”
“We always knew that BMI was an enormous predictor of poor immune response to vaccines, so this paper is definitely interesting, although it is based on a rather small preliminary dataset,” said Danny Altmann, a professor of immunology at Imperial College London. “It confirms that having a vaccinated population isn’t synonymous with having an immune population, especially in a country with high obesity, and emphasises the vital need for long-term immune monitoring programmes.”
This doesn’t mean that the governments of the West are going to come up with some kind of plan to make people lose excess body fat. Of course not.
What this means is that there’ll be more and more vaccine “doses.” They call these “boosters.”
Basically, we’re looking at an infinite and aggressive vaccination program.
If instead of focusing on forcing people to stay inside their homes and avoid social contact while waiting for a vaccine, the government focused on forcing people to burn all of the disgusting fat that they’re carrying, most hospitalizations blamed on coronavirus wouldn’t happen.
The obsession with vaccinations and antibodies just doesn’t make sense.
Clearly, these people do not care about our health.