Mr Bill Gates and Australia

Natural immunity discussed by Mr. Bill Gates

Sadly the virus itself

particularly the variant called Omicron

is a type of vaccine, creates both B cell and T cell immunity

and it’s done a better job of getting out to the world population than we have with vaccines.

Serosurvey in African countries, 80% positive

Chance of severe disease, dramatically reduced because of that infection exposure.

We didn’t do a great job on therapeutics


Cases down dramatically, infections down slightly

ONS tracks omicron BA.2

Written by Dr. John Campbell

Hello Everyone,My name is John Campbell and I am a retired Nurse Teacher and A and E nurse based in England. I also do some teaching in Asia and Africa when time permits. These videos are to help students to learn the background to all forms of health care. My PhD focused on the development of open learning resources for nurses nationally and internationally.


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  1. The best vaccine is omicron! Thank God! And the current vaccine is rather worthless in protecting against acquiring Covid-19 and apparently totally worthless against transmitting it. Plenty of triple vaxxed people are becoming infected with Omicron. All mandates should have ceased yesterday!

  2. I take that 'sadly' statement not as a comment on the result but as unfortunately, we had to have omicron do the job for us because we were not capable enough. It is tough to beat mother nature.

  3. why is he saying sadly?
    because the GOAL was to be able to ramp up a vaccine that was effective and wipe out a disease, NOT rely on a less lethal mutated variant to do the job for us.

    he was talking about humanity's response, not about the course of the disease.

  4. Hi Dr Campbell. I'm from Western Australia. 🙂 I reckon Gates' comment was that it's sad that our technology and governments were not able to come up with efficient vaccination and vaccine distribution in a timely manner, and were unable to persuade some people (anti-CoVaxxers) to get vaccinated, and that it took the virus to mutate to bring immunity.

    Having said that, and while I welcome the immunity Omicron brings, am I right in thinking that such an immunity is not a guarantee that we will not be ever infected with or die of future covid mutations?

    And does the fact that Omicron is mild mean that those who are not yet vaccinated can do away with vaccination and should welcome Omicron infection as a way of getting natural immunity?

    Are there cases of Omicron-caused death without comorbidity?

  5. Hi John, I'm from Western Australia and Nigel forgot to add that so far no hospitalisation at the moment 🤞it stays that way or very low…thank you for all the good information that you've given us to date…

  6. I don't trust him. Not at all. First of all, since when is a computer/software guy an expert on diseases and vaccines? The media and others have propped him up as some kind of vaccine expert when he's not. Where is his medical degree? Where did he go to medical school? Where did he go to school for his specialties in contagious diseases and vaccines? Where is his degree chemistry with a specialty in making vaccines? He's got so much money at stake because he's invested heavily in the companies who make vaccines. He's pro population reduction, so has been testing sketchy vaccines on people in third world countries because they have no political clout to fight back. He's not a good person. Not by a long shot.

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