~ Do you have Seroprevalence? Amazingly, most Americans do, but they don’t want to tell you that. Instead, they give it a fancy medical term name so people don’t know what they are talking about. What is Seroprevalence anyway?
Seroprevalence aka Antibodies
97% of Americans have antibodies against COVID-19 and they have known this since November of 2022! So why still push the jab? Why make parents fear a virus that is mutating to the equivalent of the common cold? Educate yourself and make informed decisions!
2022 Nationwide COVID-19 Infection- and Vaccination-Induced Antibody Seroprevalence (Blood donations)
The percentage of people with antibodies against a virus in their blood is known as seroprevalence. This nationwide blood donor seroprevalence survey provides estimates of the proportion of the U.S. adult population (ages 16 years and above) that have antibodies (from vaccination or infection) against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
Starting in January 2022, this study is being conducted as a longitudinal study of ~143,000 blood donors, and the seroprevalence estimates will cover 3-month periods*. While this study will estimate the percentage of people that currently have antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 and studies have shown that higher antibody titers correlate with protection against COVID infection, severe outcomes, and complications, there is not a level of antibody that has been established to protect an individual.