CDC admits most people self-immunize against Zika virus; no vaccine required

Wednesday, August 10, 2016
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan A. Huff
NaturalNews.com
Wednesday, August 10, 2016

From the way the news media keeps harping on about the Zika virus, one would think that it’s right up there with the plague in terms of its threat to humanity. But truth be told, Zika is typically no more serious than a mild fever, and those who contract the virus end up developing natural immunity to it for the rest of their lives.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) explains on its website that the vast majority of people who contract Zika don’t ever show symptoms at all. Among those who do, the symptoms are generally mild, the most common among them being a small rash, red eyes (conjunctivitis), joint and muscle pain, mild fever and headaches.

These symptoms can last for up to a week, but generally aren’t serious enough to warrant a trip to the hospital. And very few people, if any, actually die from Zika, despite all the fear-mongering from public health officials and vaccine hawks pushing experimental jabs on pregnant women.

Though Zika infection is believed to cause birth defects such as microcephaly and even Guillain-Barre syndrome, a type of nervous system infection, the risk of one developing these conditions is exceptionally low. Meanwhile, the unknown risks of experimental DNA vaccines, the latest “solution” to Zika’s spread, are potentially worse than the virus itself.

The CDC’s advice if you contract Zika? Firstly, don’t panic, because Zika isn’t as nefarious as we’ve all been led to believe. Just be sure to rest, drink plenty of clean water and use pain management interventions – preferably non-drug options – if necessary.

Zika is so unassuming, generally speaking, that people who contract it often mistake it for something else equally mild in nature. The CDC admits that Zika symptoms are “similar to those of many other diseases,” which is why “many cases [of Zika] may not have been recognized.”

You’re supposed to be scared of Zika so that you’ll buy into getting a Zika vaccine

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