Reinfected with Covid-19 despite Vaccination

Saturday 3 December 2022

Why do some people still get Covid-19 (sometimes repeatedly) despite having already being vaccinated against it?

Most Malaysians have taken 3 jabs of Covid-19 vaccinations and some have even taken their 4th or 5th jab. But many of our friends are still being infected with Covid-19. 

Why? Some vaccinations will completely prevent you from getting the diseases (such as smallpox and measles) because those viruses don't mutate a lot. But there are some vaccines that have to be adjusted frequently because the viruses mutate frequently, such as the flu and SARS-CoV-2 viruses. These mutating sub variants outgrow the vaccines targeted at them. Hence, the aim of the vaccines is only to prevent hospitalisation and death, and reduce the severity of infection.

The dominant SARS-CoV-2 viral variant now seems to be Omicron BA.5 subvariant. However, the Omicron XBB subvariant seems to be driving an uptick in new cases in Malaysia and Singapore. In the USA, sub variants BQ.1 and BQ.1.1 are rapidly becoming the dominant SARS-CoV-2 viral strains, overtaking BA.5. They are believed to be better than BA.5 at evading immunity from vaccinations or previous infections.

A study published recently in the journal Nature Medicine found that Covid-19 patients who had reinfections are more likely to be diagnosed with long Covid and health complications. 

The researchers had analysed data from over 5 million patients in an electronic healthcare database. They found that patients who were reinfected with Covid-19 experienced:

  • 2-time increase in the risk of death, long Covid and fatigue.
  • 3-time increase in the risk of hospitalisation, heart problems and blood clotting.
  • Increased risk of complications across all patients, regardless of vaccination, including complications of lung, heart, blood, diabetes, gastrointestinal, kidney, mental health, musculoskeletal and neurological disorders. These risks were most prevalent during the patients' active infections, and also lingered up to 6 months after infection.

(Source: Reinfected despite vaccination, Starhealth, 27 Nov 2022)

A Better Solution to Prevent Covid-19 Reinfections?

The best weapon is still your own Immune System. When you keep your immune soldiers strong, they are capable of fighting all types of infections, including Covid-19. 

A quick reminder, make these your daily habits:

  • Get enough sleep
  • Eat lots of whole plant foods
  • Consume healthy fats
  • Have more fermented foods
  • Reduce sugar intake
  • Exercise
  • Drink enough fluids
  • Reduce stress
  • Include supplements.

Full article click here: 9 Ways to Boost your Immune System.

Finally, I recommend taking YKI Ganoderma, which is scientifically proven to:

(i) Prevent virus from invading into the body, by increasing immune system strength. The immune cells in the nose and throat area would kill the virus before they can enter further into the body.

(ii) Prevent virus spread and virus multiplication, if the virus managed to enter into the body.

Usage Recommendation

Maintenance: 1 sac morning + 1 sac night. This has the ability to strengthen immune cells' ability to combat the virus.

When infected with Covid-19: 1 sac every 2-4 hours (3-6 sac/day for best effect).

Take YKI when you start to feel symptoms e.g. blocked nose, runny nose, sore throat. If you neglect these symptoms and not take preventive actions, the disease will spread further. At such time, the dose must be increased to 3-6 sac/day. Recovery rate is fast as you can start to observe improvement in just 1-2 days.

Full article click here: YKI Ganoderma.

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Click on this link to register and then you can proceed with your order of YKI Ganoderma to help prevent or treat Covid-19 infection.

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