and yet you don't know any ?
Can you see how your comment might be filed under 'bizarre' ?
(Don't get sucked into all the 'brown envelope' bollox you will frequently read about)
Having said all that if I was in a job that paid about 3,000 baht a week and had to pay for my own uniforms, bike and gun I would be inclined to arrange a few backhanders!
Developing immunity for a specific virus such as Covid 19 does not mean you will not get a future occurrence.
That is why there are yearly flu shots.
The development of an immune response allows the body to recognize and fight the original virus or a mutation when it cycles through again. The more the body encounters the same or similar virus the stronger the the body becomes.
As we have seen with Covid 19, successive strains, though more transmissible are less symptomatic, more asymptomatic, resulting in fewer hospitalizations, ICU adventures, and subsequent deaths.
Developing a stronger immunity and being 100% immune are two totally different animals.
I simply stated that natural immunity which results from having had the disease previously will protect you just as well as the vaccine.
Yes, it may be fallacious to think that a person who had a virus once will not get the same virus yet again.
Equally fallacious is the notion that if you were jabbed twice, you also will not get the virus .
Medical experts across the globe agree that people should be vaccinated.
But for those who have had the virus, medical experts also agree that natural immunity will protect the individual for an undefined period of time.... between 6 months and a year.
At that juncture a booster is recommended.