Tallahassee, Fla. — Republicans fighting President Biden’s coronavirus vaccine authorization are using a new weapon to counter White House regulations: natural immunity.
Florida has included natural immunization in its state law this week, as Republican legislators from other states, such as New Hampshire, seek to avoid vaccination requirements.
“We recognize the science-based approach we take, which is different from what you saw in the proposed federal missions and other states. We recognize people with natural immunity.” Ron Ron DeSantis (a Republican from Florida) was a vocal critic of the rules surrounding the virus at the signing ceremony of comprehensive legislation.
Florida law allows private companies to permit workers to opt-out of COVID-19’s mandatory requirements, provided they have a prior proof of infection and can also be exempted based on religious beliefs, medical reasons, regular testing, or agreements not to wear protective equipment.
The Republican-led New Hampshire State Assembly intends to take similar steps when it meets in February.
Both Idaho and Wyoming have state legislatures that are under the control the Republican Party. Similar bills were recently discussed but failed to pass. In Utah, a newly signed law exempts private employers from Biden’s vaccine authorization, allowing people to avoid this requirement if they are already infected with COVID-19.
This debate is not exclusive to the United States.
Russia has seen a lot of people seek out antibody tests to show that they have an early infection. There is no need to get vaccinated.
Recent data from almost 190 hospitals across nine states was used by the CDC to determine that people who had not been fully vaccinated five months ago are five times more likely to contract COVID-19. Times.
Dr. David Dowdy of the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University said: “If you are infected with this virus, if you survive, you can indeed prevent future infections to a certain extent, especially if you will not be severely affected in the future. Infection.” “But it’s important to note that even those who have been infected in the past can get extra protection from being vaccinated.”