The results of the aforementioned survey were published on Aug. 12, 2022 in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice and Research. It polled almost 18,500 unvaccinated people worldwide between September 2021 and February 2022, with the largest number of respondents coming from Europe, North America and Australasia. The poll asked questions about the respondents' health during the period, with the participants sending their answers on a monthly basis.
The greatest incidence of COVID-19 disease was reported in the cohort aged between 50 and 69, with the highest rate of 12.3 percent in January. Interestingly, those 70 years old and up were least affected by COVID-19 at 1.3 percent. The 20- to 40-year-old cohort had 10.7 percent incidence rate, while those aged between one and 19 years old only registered a 3.8 percent rating.
Ten percent of the respondents infected with COVID-19 were asymptomatic, while the remaining 90 percent showed symptoms of sickness. Of the symptomatic cohort, 57 percent had mild symptoms and 35 percent had moderate symptoms. Only eight percent showed severe symptoms.
Most symptoms reported by the respondents who got sick with COVID-19 included tiredness, cough, aches, fever, loss of taste and/or smell, difficulty breathing and diarrhea.
Just 0.4 percent of the respondents said they were hospitalized as either in-patients or out-patients. Of the respondents hospitalized for COVID-19, 20 percent did not need to stay overnight; 55 percent where hospitalized for less than three days; and 28 percent were confined for two weeks or more. (Related: Study: Unvaccinated individuals are not a burden to medical systems.)
The survey's findings insinuated that the unvaccinated respondents, by virtue of their natural immunity, were minimally impacted by COVID-19. Tyranny and discrimination due to their vaccination status left more serious damages.
Terminations due to noncompliance with COVID-19 vaccine mandates were greatest in Australia and New Zealand at 29 percent, followed by 13 percent in North America, which includes the United States and Canada.
Between 20 and 50 percent of respondents worldwide reported being personal targets of hate because of their vaccination status. Almost 45 percent reported "moderate" to "severe" mental health issues arising from discrimination over their health choices.
Moreover, between 57 and 61 percent of respondents based in Southern Europe, Western Europe, Australia, New Zealand and South America reported being victimized by their own governments.
The respondents also elaborated on their reasons for refusing the COVID-19 shot. They cited preference for natural medicine, distrust of Big Pharma, distrust of government information, poor or limited clinical trial data for the shots and fear of long-term adverse reactions.
Almost two-thirds of respondents – 71 percent – reported taking supplements such as vitamin D, vitamin C, zinc and quercetin alongside antivirals like ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine (HCQ). There was a substantial bias toward hospitalization for survey participants who did not take these supplements.
"The findings suggest that opting out of the world's largest medical experiment, relying on natural immunity, self-care with supplements and/or ivermectin or HCQ, appeared to contribute to low incidences of severe disease, hospitalization or death," the researchers concluded.
"Public dialogue about the touted 'safety and effectiveness' of vaccines, contrasted with strategies to enhance immune resilience, all in the context of authoritarianism versus autonomy, self-care, personal responsibility and freedom of choice is needed."
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