I'm a biochemist and a molecular biologist, I specifically use viruses to reprogram parts of DNA structures or create specific proteins. I also developed a means to turn off genes or turn on other genes, epigenetic treatments were started because of my work.I'm not sure what your background is but, I think I'll trust Sir Andrew Pollard a little more than another "internet expert".
In a parliamentary panel on Tuesday, Professor Sir Andrew Pollard warned that herd immunity is a “mythical” concept and should not inform the design of vaccination programmes in the UK or across the globe.
“This virus is not measles – if you have 95 per cent of people vaccinated against measles, the virus cannot transmit in the population,” said Sir Andrew. “But we know very clearly with the coronavirus that the delta variant will still infect people who have been vaccinated, and that does mean that anyone who’s still unvaccinated, at some point, will meet the virus.”
He added that vaccines may slightly slow the transmission process, as there is some evidence that inoculated people are infectious for a shorter period of time, but warned “we don't have anything” which will completely halt the spread of Covid-19. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/global-health/science-and-disease/herd-immunity-mythical-goal-will-never-reached-says-oxford-vaccine/
It still appears that we will not vaccinate our way out of this and we must put more focus on treatments and alternative prevention strategies.
I agree with Andrew on this, but 95% is unattainable with fucktards like yourself around so that won't happen.
Can herd immunity against Covid - 19 happen, ABSOLUTELY but it needs that level of vaccination.
You see the thing here is that there are mutations to the measles as well but since there is a herd immunity it doesn't spread. Vaccines diminish the viral load spread (that goes for ALL vaccines, vaccines are not a fucking force field surrounding your body, it WILL enter your body and you CAN spread it but the viral load you can spread is minuscule in both cases and with 95% vaccinated it will be fucking nothing within ONE generation of spread).
So, should we go for that or should we rely on your ignorance of everything you are trying to understand and failing miserably to do so?