Considering the Natural Immunity of COVID Recovered

Considering the Natural Immunity of COVID Recovered

In this clip from October 15, 2021, at the Central District Health Meeting, Dr. Ryan Cole answers the question of natural immunity COVID recovered.

Central Health District Board discusses the rate of vaccination and natural immunity COVID recovered posing the question are we close to reaching herd immunity?

Should those with natural immunity/previously infected be exempt from vaccination?

*Health Board Member was unable to provide statistics readily available to the public. These were added by HFI as a screenshot overlay from the coronavirus.idaho.gov website. According to Idaho’s government website: https://coronavirus.idaho.gov/ 1/3 of the Ada County population is Air Force (mandated vaccinations) 809,091 People fully vaccinated* statewide with 276,862 Cases (Total includes confirmed and probable cases) out of a population of 1,839,106.

Comments at this meeting said that further discussion would be added to the agenda for December is a more thorough discussion of COVID recovered and vaccinations. *The next scheduled meeting is actually November 17 but the discussion is not on the current agenda. (as of November 6, 2021)

The next Board Meeting is Friday, December 17 | Boise – 8:30 a.m.

Board of Health Meetings


Board of Health Bylaws Board of Health Members | COVID-19 Directory



 BOARD OF HEALTH INFORMATION:

 Submit Written Comments: If your comments are in response to an agenda item for a specific meeting date, please note that comments must be received 24-hours in advance of the applicable meeting to allow for routing and board member review. All messages will be shared with the Board and included in public record.

 Submit Public Comments: People wishing to speak will have a maximum of three (3) minutes. People providing comments need to be present ahead of the board meeting to sign-up on CDH’s sign-in sheet. The sign-in sheet needs to be completed and signed prior to the start of the board meeting. Time will be allowed to provide public comment at the end of the commenting period for those who weren’t able to sign-up on the sign-in sheet before the start of the meeting at the discretion of the board chair.

  • Email: boh@cdh.idaho.gov
  • Mail to: CDH Board of Health, Attn: Russ Duke, 707 N. Armstrong Place, Boise, ID 83704

 View Meetings: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4LJ1BM5Jv3zczecnYkXarw/

 In-Person: CDH Office, 707 N. Armstrong Place, Boise 83704 | Bluebird conference room. Public comment will be accepted as noted on the agenda. People wishing to speak will have a maximum of three (3) minutes.*

Leave a Reply