Popular Doctor Blasts Fauci on When America Reaches COVID-19 Herd Immunity

If there’s one voice I’d rather not hear again, it’s Fauci’s.

Half of the American public believes Dr. Fauci is the only person able to make COVID-19 policy decisions.

It’s even more infuriating as you dig further into his past and uncover the depths of his incompetence in the Medical Deep State.

But, luckily, there are still other voices in the medical community who disagree with Overlord Fauci.

Finding such opposing viewpoints is often the most difficult task.

Marty Makary, a Johns Hopkins physician, has vehemently opposed Fauci’s view on herd immunity.

Makary reported in an op-ed a few weeks ago that America will possibly achieve herd immunity in April or May.

We’ve made it to April, and Makary is still optimistic that we’ll achieve herd immunity soon.

Take a look:

According to Anthony Fauci, the country needs to vaccinate 70% to 85% of the population to achieve herd immunity against Covid-19. He, on the other hand, ignores natural immunity for some reason. Herd immunity is likely right at hand if past infections are taken into account.

According to data released earlier this month by the California Department of Public Health, though only 8.7% of the state’s population has ever tested positive for Covid-19, at least 38.5 percent of the population has antibodies against the novel coronavirus. Those figures are for the period of January 30 to February 20. After accounting for cases between now and then and the time it takes for the body to develop antibodies, we can estimate that as follows: as many as half of Californians have natural immunity today.

Covid-19 antibodies were present in 45 percent of people in Los Angeles, according to the same study. Again, today’s figure can only be higher. Due to Covid exposure or vaccination, between “half and two-thirds of our population now has antibodies,” Mayor Eric Garcetti said on “Face the Nation” on Sunday. That may explain why cases in Los Angeles have fallen 95% in the last 11 weeks, with a 1.7 percent positivity rate among those examined.

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