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The World Health Organization (WHO)
has changed the definition of "herd immunity," eliminating the pre-COVID
consensus that it could be achieved by allowing a virus to spread
through a population, and insisting that herd immunity comes
The change occurred on a section of the WHO's website entitled
'Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) - Serology, antibodies and
The WHO's original definition (archived
here) states that herd immunity,
"happens when a
population is immune either through vaccination or immunity
developed through previous infection.
This means that even
people who haven't been infected, or in whom an infection hasn't
triggered an immune response, they are protected because people
around them who are immune can act as buffers between them and
an infected person."
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The original definition
fails to identify the pre-COVID consensus on what is meant by "herd
immunity," which is when a population becomes protected against a
virus because enough people have been infected with it to create
However, the WHO's
updated version is even more
extreme, insisting that herd immunity can only be achieved by mass
also known as 'population immunity', is a concept used for
vaccination, in which a population can be protected from a
certain virus if a threshold of vaccination is reached," states
the WHO website.
"Herd immunity is
achieved by protecting people from a virus, not by exposing them
"'Herd immunity' exists when a high percentage of the population
is vaccinated," states the website, completely omitting the
original meaning of "herd immunity," which is when a population
becomes immune to a virus by being exposed to it.
By changing the
definition of "herd immunity," the WHO is literally re-writing
hundreds of years of scientific understanding as to what the term
truly means in an apparent effort to silence any argument that herd
immunity would have been a better approach to fighting
lockdowns and social distancing.