International data agrees

  • Published on Jan 11, 2022
  • Omicron is less severe and natural immunity works
    Link to free download of my 2 textbooks
    Clinical outcomes among patients infected with Omicron (B.1.1.529) SARS-CoV-2 variant in southern California
    The Omicron (B.1.1.529) variant of SARS-CoV-2 has rapidly achieved global dissemination,
    accounting for most infections in the United States by December 2021.
    November 30, 2021 to January 1, 2022, Delta v Omicron
    Using S gene target failure (SGTF) (99.7%)
    Hospital admission
    Lengths of hospital stay
    Hospital admissions associated with new-onset respiratory symptoms
    Intensive care unit (ICU) admission
    Mechanical ventilation
    Group 1, omicron
    N = 52,297, cases with Omicron variant infections
    Hospital admissions, 235 (0.5%)
    Mean follow-up, 5.5 days
    88 admitted
    ITU, 7
    Ventilated, 0
    Deaths, 1
    Length of hospital stay, 3.4 days (70%) less than delta
    Group 2, non - omicron (delta)
    N = 16,982, cases with Delta variant infections
    Hospital admissions, 222 (1.3%)
    Mean follow-up, 15.8 days
    189 admitted
    ITU, 23
    Ventilated, 11
    Deaths, 14
    Omicron variant infection, reduced risk of hospitalization across age and comorbidity categories
    Risk of symptomatic hospitalization was markedly reduced among cases who had tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 infection ≥90 days prior
    Intrinsically less severe infection
    Less severe in vaccinated and unvaccinated
    Evidence for a reduction in severe outcomes among vaccinated cases with both Delta and Omicron variant infections in our study suggests substantial public health benefits from continued COVID-19 vaccination.
    Dutch data
    Common cold protection
    Cross-reactive memory T cells associate with protection against SARS-CoV-2 infection in COVID-19 contacts
    Cross-reactive immune responses to SARS-CoV-2
    52 COVID-19 household contacts
    We enumerate the frequency of specific T cells
    Spike, nucleocapsid, membrane, envelope and ORF1,
    that cross-react with human endemic coronaviruses
    Nucleocapsid-specific T cells
    Limited protective function of spike-cross-reactive T cells
    Our results are thus consistent with,
    pre-existing non-spike cross-reactive memory T cells,
    protecting SARS-CoV-2-naïve contacts from infection,
    thereby supporting the inclusion of non-spike antigens in second-generation vaccines.

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  • Michael Hayman
    Michael Hayman 4 months ago +2199

    I am a physician and Dr. Campbell does a phenomenal presentation.He should be on national TV. He doesn't give opinions ;he presents peer-reviewed papers .I have shared with many colleagues who feel the same way

    • Alison
      Alison 4 months ago

      @Anthony S They test everyone in hospital for it in certain areas. Most people in hospital are in there for something else, not because of it.

    • Eoghan McCarthy
      Eoghan McCarthy 4 months ago

      This is a better truth than the terror rant we get in Europe.

    • Wayne Pret
      Wayne Pret 4 months ago

      It's so wonderful to hear from the other side of science speaking out.

  • John Scargall
    John Scargall 4 months ago +262

    Dr. John, your videos are the only videos I ever feel compelled to watch and then always leave a comment of gratitude. You have no idea how many people you are helping to stay sane throughout all of this. You are my primary source for COVID info. Thank you for all of the work you're putting into this for the benefit of the world.

    • Mr2emerald
      Mr2emerald 4 months ago

      Gordon Freeman???

    • Robyne Huber
      Robyne Huber 4 months ago +1

      Dr Campbell thank you so much for your info which is often more truthful than that from USA Govt & media outlets. Besides you I watch DrBEEN medical lectures who also reviews research & has international medical experts treating COVID pts!!
      Thanks again & Stay safER!!!🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🤗

    • reba strode
      reba strode 4 months ago +1

      Love to see the videos of Dr John. See easy to listen to. Nothing boring about his presentations. Amazingly brings down to the common peoples medical understanding. Thanks so much Dr John. Getting a world wide perspective which we don’t have from local sources.

      ONLY THA CLONES SIR 4 months ago

      WATT ?

  • Charlie Zxi
    Charlie Zxi 4 months ago +142

    Hello from California! I live in Northern California, but have a friend who works in an ER in Southern California, and her anecdotal findings are corroborated with this data that John so graciously has taken the time to explain here. You sir, have been a beacon of light during this whole pandemic, I haven't missed an episode, yet. Thank you for doing 40x the work of any of our health "officials" in keeping the public updated day to day on the status of the virus, treatments, and vaccines. I'm planning a trip end of summer to England, and would love to bump into you just to shake your hand and say thank you in person. Odds are against it, I'm sure, but one can dream...

    • Derek
      Derek 4 months ago +3

      My condolences for having to endure the insane totalitarianism in California. The degenerate government and their media lapdogs have done severe damage to the citizens there. You get what you vote for I guess.

  • Olivia Baker
    Olivia Baker 4 months ago +75

    Just want to thank you for all you do, you are quite truly the only no-BS, no-fear-mongering source of information throughout this entire pandemic. Appreciate all of your work!

  • Matthew Ashworth
    Matthew Ashworth 4 months ago +111

    Great analysis, Dr Campbell. I've also been wondering over the past year or so why almost all vaccine manufacturers decided to make vaccines that only target the spike protein, which we know is very prone to changing its shape between variants and hence making vaccine-derived immunity less effective. It seems too sloppy of an oversight for people who are supposed to be heads of scientific authority. The most likely explanation for me is that it likely was done for the sake of profits, so that with each new variant, there'd be a need for boosters and hence more vaccine doses ordered by the richer countries. I am yet to see a better explanation.
    It's great to see more data on cross-protection too, which reinforces what we've known to be the case for a while now. There have been studies as early as 2020 that showed that T-cells from people who donated blood way before the pandemic were already reacting to SARS-CoV-2, and in summer 2021 there was a good study that showed that the cross-reactivity was due to the similar epitopes (parts of the antigenic proteins) that were preserved across many respiratory viruses. So this stuff was already quite well-known at least half a year ago but the media was silent about it.

    • Matthew Ashworth
      Matthew Ashworth 4 months ago

      @daryl foster Ah ok, I see. If it's against coronaviruses specifically, it should be more possible, although the original 4 have so many strains and variants that the differences between them could be quite great. I might have to double check on how different their surface proteins are. Though if T-cell cross-immunity exists between them and SARS-CoV-2, then there must be some common epitopes (parts of antigens) that are the same across most or even all of them.

    • daryl foster
      daryl foster 4 months ago

      @Matthew Ashworth Yes, I'm aware of that. I guess I should have framed the question better. Why can't we have a vaccine against all coronaviruses? There are only five, including the new one.

    • Matthew Ashworth
      Matthew Ashworth 4 months ago

      @Teal'c I've not heard of that particular explanation. Although it seems strange, seeing that our antibodies (produced either in response to natural infection or in response to vaccination) can target other parts of the virus, such as nucleocapsid, envelope, or membrane proteins. All this has been shown in studies. Our response to the natural infection, for example, targets all parts of the virus. The vaccines which use the weakened virus (like the Sinovac) can also potentially target all parts of the virus, although in Sinovac's example, it didn't trigger the immune response quite so well, because a weakened or dead virus isn't causing cellular damage, which is usually the trigger for large parts of the immune system to go into battle.

  • Jord The Canadian
    Jord The Canadian 4 months ago +1729

    I like my good news the same way I like my bad news: told me directly, concisely, and thoughtfully like an adult. Thanks as always, Doc.

  • joetainment
    joetainment 4 months ago +99

    Thanks John Campbell. You are currently the single most reliable source of covid information worldwide, and you have been for quite some time.

  • Owen Witherell
    Owen Witherell 4 months ago +51

    The difference between the FACTS you present and typical news coverage is astounding!! Thank you for presenting us with with easily understood, non frightening explanations. It gives me hope.

  • Catherine Delaney
    Catherine Delaney 4 months ago +107

    Dr John for Knighthood, kept the public around the world sane in these uncertain times. Thank you.

    • Ghost _*_
      Ghost _*_ 3 months ago

      @Selling New Brunswick Unfortunately yes.

    • Selling New Brunswick
      Selling New Brunswick 3 months ago

      @Ghost _*_ you get that this guy supports mandating vaccines right?

    • Dennis F
      Dennis F 4 months ago +2

      John cant be knighted because he is a revolutionary. I mean he tells the truth...

    • Theon Zaphiri Leon
      Theon Zaphiri Leon 4 months ago

      *Besides the totalitarinism part?

  • Nick Knott
    Nick Knott 4 months ago +19

    Hi Dr John thank you for yet another in depth presentation it is amazing that your science community and colleagues continue to study and document the time line of this pandemic - you and all theses scientific colleagues are doing a marvellous job - it’s always has been and will always continue be in the detail - Thank You

  • Vanessa Rae
    Vanessa Rae 4 months ago +698

    Thanks for everything you’ve done for so many people during this pandemic. Bringing us up to date data and studies explained in layman’s terms. Brilliant, can’t thank you enough.

    • High Physics
      High Physics 4 months ago

      @Ladyhawk's Lair How long a go did you have the Omicron infection? Were you vaccinated?

    • R S
      R S 4 months ago

      “Truth justice” didn’t last very long 🤣

    • R S
      R S 4 months ago

      @Truth Justice you’re so unstable. You should ask mummy to see if she can get you a therapist.

  • KJ Hocken
    KJ Hocken 4 months ago +6

    I’m glad there are still Drs who have courage to speak the truth about natural immunity

  • Ellen Cox
    Ellen Cox 4 months ago +17

    So nice to get clear and accurate information imparted in a straight forward way! Love all you do to give us a visual and audio representation of the situation. Thanks for all your hard work!

  • Maine Mermaid
    Maine Mermaid 4 months ago +7

    Thank you, sir!
    Your reports are VERY important, and you have a great way of explaining what's going on - even for those of us without medical backgrounds. (Like a doctor! 😉) Please keep them coming!

  • stefano resi
    stefano resi 4 months ago +6

    Finally a professional talking sense, without a political agenda.
    Some of the BS that are promulgated by media are so blatant, that no wonder that people gets skeptical of even paranoid. Thanks Doc.

  • Dr Tom Rifai MD
    Dr Tom Rifai MD 4 months ago +462

    100% approved by this MD. Another exceedingly well presented segment.
    And special thanks for the recognition in recent videos for Lifestyle Medicine as powerful against severe disease and death.

    • Colin Doyle
      Colin Doyle 4 months ago

      @omensoffate What difference dos that make .. most of the information is from studys .

    • Susan Loffhagen
      Susan Loffhagen 4 months ago

      @Laura James Laura he’s a Troll

    • Susan Loffhagen
      Susan Loffhagen 4 months ago

      @Investigative Audit Rubbish

  • Jeff Barnes
    Jeff Barnes 4 months ago +52

    Dr. John Campbell has a perfect background to help us get clear and concise information during this pandemic.
    His years in nursing shows that he has a great medical background.
    His teaching means that he can explain concepts in a logical and coherent manner.
    And his PhD means that he has the background in research and data to absorb all of the relevant scientific papers and extract the key messages.
    And he does all this with a natural calm manner and wit.
    So glad I found this channel. Everyone should watch it.

  • Peter Salmon
    Peter Salmon 4 months ago +12

    Peter G -Salmon. in Armagnac France. I was a maxili-facial surgeon ( now put out to grass) .John Campbell is one of the best professional natural teachers Well worth national & even international acknowledgement Keep going John.. A great pleasure &.relief to hear sense & unbiased reason ( & with humour!) Much thanks.

    • tule fogger
      tule fogger 4 months ago +2

      yes, like a type Lionel Messi on the field ... it's so refreshing

  • Corvus boreus
    Corvus boreus 4 months ago +36

    As a teacher I recognise an excellent pedagogue when I see one. I loved your work on correct immunisation techniques. Please keep us informed re work on the connection between aspiration and vaccine negative effects. It is fascinating and so vital.

    • fsinjin60
      fsinjin60 4 months ago

      @Investigative Audit nope. Your reports insult everyone’s intelligence

    • fsinjin60
      fsinjin60 4 months ago

      @Investigative Audit it’s really kewl when you attack others because your lame attacks just destroy your credibility.

    • fsinjin60
      fsinjin60 4 months ago

      @Investigative Audit and you are perfect for the comedy channel.

    • fsinjin60
      fsinjin60 4 months ago

      @Investigative Audit "MSM is lobbied by those who own social media!" lol. You really should not sabotage your credibility which such meaningless accusations

  • Brunner Hicks Families
    Brunner Hicks Families 4 months ago +12

    Thank you so much for sticking to this. I've been watching you since the beginning (2019). You have a way of delivering the information in a way that is understandable and comforting. My husband tested positive in Dec. 2021. He was symptomatic, but he survived without any interventions. He did end up with a severe infection in the sinus cavity, but was treated with antibiotics. I just tested positive last week. I do have some symptoms, but I feel like I've felt worse when I've caught the flu. My husband was over due for his booster. I had had my booster one week before I tested positive. The main difference between our symptoms was a headache. My husband suffered a severe headache for days. I did not. Thank you so much for sticking to this, you have helped us stay calm and safe through all of this. God Bless you!

    • kter malkut
      kter malkut 4 months ago

      If a person could feel worse with the flu, should they take the vaccines for covid and run any of the potential/reported long term/short term risks associated with them?

  • Donna Schnare
    Donna Schnare 4 months ago +170

    So when/if CoVid ends and we no longer require this type of information, I hope that John has his own TheXvid channel to discuss medicine in the most logical, clearest and unbiased format that he has since the beginning of this virus. He has been the absolute best person to listen to throughout this pandemic. I say this as a nurse of 50 years who has been on top of this pandemic since the beginning and so glad that I happened to find this refreshing, lovely gentleman.

    • Christ In Common
      Christ In Common 4 months ago

      @Terje Oseberg shhhh, we don’t talk about natural immunity…it’s not narrative-friendly.

    • Donna Schnare
      Donna Schnare 4 months ago +6

      Wow, thank you everyone. I had no idea - I will definitely check his channel out for “before CoVid.”

  • Donna Damsgaard
    Donna Damsgaard 4 months ago +19

    Thank you Dr. Campbell for given the facts in such a clear and positive way! I don’t understand why our government and mainstream media cannot do this. It would help those of us who are feeling overwhelmed and anxious about the doom and gloom of the Covid-19 narrative.

    • R B
      R B 4 months ago +3

      Turn off the media. All u need to know is here

  • alexanderje
    alexanderje 4 months ago +13

    Hi John, quick note: The data you had was from "RAI", which is a testing location here in Amsterdam. Amsterdam is the main outbreak location of Omicron so the rest of the country might be lagging a bit.

  • Christian Varner
    Christian Varner 4 months ago +18

    Thank you for such an amazing presentation of fact based research data on COVID & other health factors. Our team watch’s every update and make adjustments accordingly. EXCELLENT

  • Radu Sebi
    Radu Sebi 4 months ago +28

    I rarely post a comment (actually I don't remember if I ever posted a comment on TheXvid) but I also want to thank Dr Campbell for all the efforts he puts into research (not easy to search and filter through so much information and censorship) and into creating these videos. I think keeping everyone informed and helping people to understand the information it is essential in today's world. Thank you very much. You are doing a professional work, much better than the mainstream media which is unfortunately characterized by censorship and often by incompetence (incompetence in presenting all the important information on the matter). THANK YOU!

  • Wes Hall
    Wes Hall 4 months ago +328

    How uplifting is it when you're given the advice without the media scaremongering? Thank you, Dr.

    • ApemanMonkey
      ApemanMonkey 4 months ago

      @Darren Mcintosh as I figured, no answers to easy questions.
      All blabla, no substance.

    • Martin Drummond
      Martin Drummond 4 months ago +1

      @Darren Mcintosh you’re not doing a good job of making friends and influencing people there Darren. Denigrating others who don’t share your views and spouting tired, empty insults only serves to stifle debate.

    • Darren Mcintosh
      Darren Mcintosh 4 months ago

      @ApemanMonkey jog on clueless sleepwalker

    • ApemanMonkey
      ApemanMonkey 4 months ago +3

      @Darren Mcintosh and what research have YOU done? And what EXACTLY is "all fake"?

  • Ronald Sippel
    Ronald Sippel 4 months ago +2

    Dr. John Campbell. I've listened to, and watched, your videos; and those of Dr. Chris Martensen; for over 20 months now. Your presentations, and his, as well, seem to me, to be, the most balaced, data- based, surveys of this pandemic available. Both of you, are the only doctors, in media, who have been, recommending Vitamin D; and other preventatives, and treatments, since the beginning. I thank you for your dedication, and help, sir.

  • Ray Trainer
    Ray Trainer 4 months ago +5

    Thanks, John. I always appreciate your videos. I particularly like the scatter-plot graph of transmission against severity. Is this graph available online?

  • Kayman13
    Kayman13 4 months ago +3

    So good at dicecting and making data more understandable in lamen’s term . We are not all politicians or a medical person. Also, always contemplating as to why, how and bringing different points of view to the show, not to mention the dedication to the subject. Dr Cambell seems to connect with people in different parts of the world so well to bring us what is hsppening elsewhere too…it is a global problem!

  • Gwen
    Gwen 4 months ago +1

    Thank you Dr John for all you do. I have watched your channel from the beginning of covid, and am so glad I happened to "stumble" across your videos and have watched every day since. I don't watch media, just wait for your next talk. Thank you so much.

  • Elizabeth Shultz
    Elizabeth Shultz 4 months ago +338

    I am 70. My husband is 80. Live in Northern California. This was a particularly uplifting episode! Thank you. 8 days ago our two best friends tested positive. They were lucky enough to have an at-home test kit from a few months back. We had just had dinner with them the night before. The woman thought she might be catching a light cold a new decided to test herself as she was scheduled for a haircut the next day. Shockingly it was positive so, of course, she postponed the appointment. She said she felt fine and she showed no physical symptoms. The next day her husband didn’t feel to good and decided he should test also. Positive of course. He also felt some light cold symptoms but not at all debilitating. All four of us have been vaccinated and boosted. I don’t know anybody more cautious about mask wearing and social distancing than this couple. But now we felt like we had both been exposed so my husband wanted to get tested. Of course you can’t find at-home test kits anywhere for any amount of money. So he made an appointment that our country has open for testing. He couldn’t get an appointment until two days after he called and he won’t be getting his results until 3 to 5 days after that. There were a couple of days when we didn’t feel so well, but that passed quickly. I would like to have been tested but what’s the point by the time I find out it will have all been over. If my husbands test comes back positive then I will assume I will have had it to. How could I not?
    People who leave comments all say the most wonderful things about you and all of the wonderful information you have been graciously providing for us for the last two years. I absolutely agree. I sing your praises to everyone I speak with. You are definitely the voice of sanity in the midst of what has felt like insane times. And I thank you from the bottom of my heart!

    • Pam's Movie abigail7
      Pam's Movie abigail7 3 months ago

      @ukgroucho Just because my perception is different from yours does not mean it’s narrow or wrong. Perhaps yours is wrong. lol There’s a 50/50 chance either could be right or wrong. They are just different opinions and neither can be absolutely positively proven. I’ll let it go at that. 😊

    • ukgroucho
      ukgroucho 4 months ago

      @Pam's Movie abigail7 No name calling Just my perception of your narrow view of the world. You have posted nothing that disputes or alleviates that view so I will stand by it.

    • Pam's Movie abigail7
      Pam's Movie abigail7 4 months ago

      @ukgroucho Insular and global non-aware mindless? Maybe you just don't understand me or what I'm saying. It's too bad you have to resort to name calling. Have a nice life.

    • selena cordeiro
      selena cordeiro 4 months ago

      @ukgroucho omg I tried posting the link 5 times. Idk what the hell is happening

  • Good Times
    Good Times 4 months ago +8

    I just love the reserved half smile on Dr. Campbell's face when he delivers good news.🙂

  • Natalie Wolff
    Natalie Wolff 4 months ago +16

    Thank you for your rational, true overview. There are so many people in fear! This should be broadcast all across the U.S,

  • Paula ‘PJ’ Clark
    Paula ‘PJ’ Clark 4 months ago +1

    Thanks Dr. John 😊 I so appreciate all your hard work and efforts in keeping us informed. Blessings to you and yours 💖🙏🏻

  • barbarabarlee
    barbarabarlee 4 months ago +8

    Modern day hero - you lovingly shared data and skipped the drama. Helping us all keeping our mental health - healthy with facts.
    Thank you so very much!

  • gmaa67 Flatterson
    gmaa67 Flatterson 4 months ago +231

    Dr. Campbell, "thank you" just isn't enough. You have, quite literally, kept people sane during these past two years. You are a treasure and deserve Knighthood at the least.

    • Kees Verhagen
      Kees Verhagen 4 months ago +3

      This only by behaving like a normal humam being should behave. 🙏

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      WETA♥️ 4 months ago

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    • CanoeToNewOrleans
      CanoeToNewOrleans 4 months ago +12

      Much more than Tony Blair's knighthood.

  • Saint Samuel
    Saint Samuel 4 months ago +5

    I love how excited he is. That alone is so encouraging.

  • Ralph Munn
    Ralph Munn 4 months ago +12

    VERY helpful information here, Dr. Campbell, thank you! Are you encountering credible studies on the long-term effects of infection? I'm particularly alarmed by what I'm hearing regarding apparent mental decline, as this sort of thing could have substantial societal ramifications going forward.

    • Christ In Common
      Christ In Common 4 months ago

      @iyaramonk sorry to hear about your coworker. I myself had it and pretty much everyone I know. (Many elderly as well). Only one of us has had anything close to long-term anything from it. It’s the media that scares people into thinking it always causes long term health problems if you get it, but the truth is most people 99% or more do not have long term issues.
      Yes, it took me a couple months to get my smell and taste back but my natural immunity is priceless.
      They have also discovered that the ones who do poorly have a vitamin D deficiency. This was born out in hospitalization statistics during the first wave too. Health going into it has a lot to do with outcome.

    • Henry
      Henry 4 months ago

      @iyaramonk long covid is what I'm most worried about and is the reason I'm so infection-cautious.

    • iyaramonk
      iyaramonk 4 months ago +1

      I imagine it can be very difficult to trace some of the long term health problems back to the infection as people get health issues all the time.
      But my co-worker got Covid 12 months ago and is still fatigued and even his smell/taste hasn't fully recovered yet. Pretty worrying.

    • Henry
      Henry 4 months ago +1

      @Cephalic Miasma The video "Symptoms and Sequelae" three videos before this one considers long-term effects of infection, but conjecture regarding specifics is still relatively underdeveloped.

    • Cephalic Miasma
      Cephalic Miasma 4 months ago

      None of his videos make any real consideration of this.

  • Vicki Copp
    Vicki Copp 4 months ago +1

    This is such great and thorough information--thank you!
    Question: Though nothing's for certain and no one wants to take unneccesary risks, would a person who contracts the omicron variant actually be better off in terms of antibody protection than those who haven't gotten it? I ask this assuming that said person is fully vaccinated and has not had any other form of Covid 19. My "bottom line" question is, would that omicron survivor be better prepared for any new or more virulent strains of Covid that might come along in the future?

  • Amazing Philippines
    Amazing Philippines 4 months ago +6

    I appreciate the science and sanity you bring to this discussion Dr. Campbell.

  • Mart Mofo
    Mart Mofo 4 months ago +497

    Thank you John, you've played a vital role of destressing a lot of people worldwide through your talks. You really make sense out of this entire covid chaos. Keep it up, our world needs people like you.

    • C P
      C P 4 months ago

      Trust the science. The experts say. These two things should be laughed at when heard coming out of bureacrats and activists mouths.

    • Phatt Johnson
      Phatt Johnson 4 months ago +1

      @Terje Oseberg Stop spamming dammit!

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  • Christine Manbeck
    Christine Manbeck 4 months ago

    Dr. Campbell, you are a true gem. Your videos are so helpful, encouraging and understandable for the non-medical folks. I also love to hear the "different" words the British use for some of the American English words. Keep up the good work and I really appreciate all your hard work and information!!!!!

  • Karyn Louisa
    Karyn Louisa 4 months ago +4

    Thank you for the no nonsense, logical, concise, articulate presentation of scientific information. You are so easy to listen to and have a calming effect. The whole pandemic and the influx of sometimes conflicting information can be scary, you make it less so.

  • Belle K
    Belle K 4 months ago +2

    Thank you for your work Dr. Campbell! You are a much needed beacon of hope in these chaotic times. Thank You!

  • Lauren Harrington
    Lauren Harrington 4 months ago +7

    Before the whole Covid situation, we had the Flu on average once in every 6 a 7 yr cycle. Thanks Dr. John Campbell in what you have done, without any BS, without any Fear-Mongering and No Political BS as you see with a lot of others out there. Keep up the Good work and God Bless You!

  • Tundra
    Tundra 4 months ago +182

    For two years now you have been the world’s best science and medical teacher! A great gift to humanity! We are humbled, grateful and the lucky ones to have found your channel and become avid viewers. Bravo good sir…

    • Susan Loffhagen
      Susan Loffhagen 4 months ago

      @Investigative Audit For goodness sake anyone who finds you telling your lies and self promoting you spew out the same rubbish. Do go and Troll on your own spaces.

    • Susan Loffhagen
      Susan Loffhagen 4 months ago

      @j_sum1 He puts others down to try to promote himself. Trolls.

    • j_sum1
      j_sum1 4 months ago +2

      @Investigative Audit Sounds like you are promoting youself.
      I do not belive the comments are fake or bots. But even if they were, Dr John provides links to original papers and data so that individuals can check and verify for themselves. I am not seeing anything that casts dispersions on his excellent work.

    • Karen Campbell
      Karen Campbell 4 months ago

      Yup. Have been listening to Dr John for two years as well. He feels like a trusted friend.

  • Charlotte de Wit
    Charlotte de Wit 4 months ago +2

    Thank you for your well balanced overview of the newest literature. Finally we face a milder variant. I watch your shows with great interest, especially because it’s hard to keep up to date with the great number of studies published.
    One comment regarding the RIVM graphs you use though. You are right about how the reality is far more positive than the predictions by the RIVM (you can’t blame them, in hindsight), but you might want to have a look at the second graph you show. What you see in that graph are the predictions for different measures taken (curfew only, lockdown start at Christmas break or after). The Dutch government decided to start the lockdown before Christmas break, that model is not shown in the graph. That explains partially why the numbers are so much better than predicted in this graph.
    Again thank you and I look forward to your next video.

  • Gerhard van Eeden
    Gerhard van Eeden 4 months ago +5

    Thanks Doc! Informative and easy to understand - perfect!

  • Marilyn Brenner
    Marilyn Brenner 4 months ago +3

    Thank you again for your explanation, it contributes greatly to peace of mind regarding our struggles with this pandemic.

  • cloverskies77
    cloverskies77 4 months ago

    Most encouraging news! I wish more channels & news were looking at this the way the good Dr. Campbells channel is. I really like that he's using the world data & comparing each countries progress. Thank you for continually guiding us through this as this has been the most difficult anxiety filled few years. Because of not knowing what to believe or trust. I just hope & pray that this keeps going in a more positive direction over time.

  • wendy Chee
    wendy Chee 4 months ago +131

    Professor Sunetra Gupta said from the very beginning of the pandemic that there was strong reason to believe that there would be good cross immunity provided by exposure to previous corona viruses. She has been proven to be right about pretty much everything she has talked about over these past two years. Too bad more people in decision making positions didn’t listen to her.

    • Lisa Harrison
      Lisa Harrison 4 months ago +1

      She didn’t fit their narrative!!

  • Katie M
    Katie M 4 months ago

    Dr. John, I find your channel so helpful. You should be on major news channels with your information. Thank you for doing this.

    ANNETTE DECKMANN 4 months ago

    thanks so much for your presentation Dr. Campbell.
    I've got a question :
    Does the vaccination also builds a t cell cross immunity, or is that only in natural infections to find?

  • Debra Bringenberg
    Debra Bringenberg 4 months ago +5

    Excellent! This presentation is optimistic & offers hope at this stage of the pandemic. Interestingly enough, I saw a conventional news presentation that basically was extremely negative & fear-provoking, yet the information was quite similar! Food for thought…

    • Megan Baker
      Megan Baker 4 months ago +1

      Matt Taibbi talks eloquently (and humorously) about the fear-mongering in the media. As I watched this video by Campbell I kept thinking about how crushed liberals and the media are going to be at the end of Covid. They’re going to be positively lost until they find a new scapegoat that doesn’t require them to critique massive Covid profits for billionaires.

  • Sara B
    Sara B 4 months ago +4

    Thank you for all the work you put in to each of these. Since the beginning you have given us the data without the BS. You have gained this skeptics trust! Thank you Dr. Campbell!!!

    • K A S
      K A S 4 months ago +1

      Agreed - helps us all make better sense of the data and research on Covid

  • Michael Hislop
    Michael Hislop 4 months ago +477

    I appreciate that Dr. Campbell presents actual data from studies instead of the talking points. This channel is truly serving the public.

    • T Flynn
      T Flynn 4 months ago

      @Leo Sath you aren’t clinically extremely vulnerable. And people are still dying in their hundreds, every day in the UK. Others are left with life changing long covid and its consequences.

    • Leo Sath
      Leo Sath 4 months ago

      Good to hear from Dr Campbell that Omicron is much milder, and now we can Stop the largely overreacting Media Mayhem that we are being subjected to day in and day out.

    • T Flynn
      T Flynn 4 months ago

      @Vivian Aravot I’m in my 50s too, but in your instance age and wisdom are not equivalent. I am educated actually, to masters level (in law) and am adept at spotting cranks and snake oil salesman. You keep cracking on with your tin foil hat wearing. I’m interested in immunity too. I’m immunosuppressed, and clinically extremely vulnerable. I doubt you actually understand what that constitutes and the implications.

    • Vivian Aravot
      Vivian Aravot 4 months ago

      @T Flynn o good for you. I bet you are intelligent enough to give me the benefit of the doubt. I can think for myself too and has been for 54yrs. Thank you. In this present circumstance, I am not interested in the ' vaxing ring'. I am interested in IMMUNITY! Do yourself a favor leave this vlog if its not doing you any good. Your efforts are counter productive coz your comments add to a positive algorythm for JC.

  • LA Woman
    LA Woman 4 months ago

    Listening to you is like having my own personal loving doctor. Thank you for that Dr. Campbell 🙏

  • yVe
    yVe 4 months ago +3

    Thanks Dr. Campbell for the video, your explanation as always is clear and easy to understand. Can you please update about new data on children?

  • Kamala Specht
    Kamala Specht 4 months ago +3

    Sipping my morning smoothie while getting my info from Dr. John. Great way to start my day.
    So grateful for all your hard work and sharing so thoroughly with us. Be well, Dr. J.

  • Willa Frith
    Willa Frith 4 months ago +1

    I am not alone in my thinking though I am unsure what prize one can give you Dr Campbell. You really are one of a kind in presenting helpful and factual information in these crazy times. What can I say but Thanks again! God bless.

  • Quade Collins
    Quade Collins 4 months ago +201

    Jesus H. Christ John. I wish I could express in words how much these daily briefings mean to me sitting here in East Texas! The US Media / NIH / CDC are unhinged and feeding us dribble and miss information. I so look forward to this unbiased daily report to help me craft our pandemic response plans for the company I work for. A true voice of reason - Well Done Harry! Love to meet you and shake your hand one day when this is over. We occasionally make to the UK for the flower shows :)

    • Lynea Diaz-Hagan
      Lynea Diaz-Hagan 4 months ago

      @Kevin McLain Natural immunity has worked for survivors of every virus since the beginning of time, but that doesn't account for all of the dead people who died because their natural immunity didn't help them. Your statement provides absolutely no insight into the situation of a pandemic.

    • Mike Davison
      Mike Davison 4 months ago

      @ pcsp
      Results from trials are also impacted by design flaws and also possibly from corruption as well as the sample size issue. Dr. Tess Lawrie was interviewed in a video titled “Sabotaging the Research: Who Profits From the Pandemic?” which I caught before it was removed. My anti-mainstream leanings began when I read a book titled ‘The Cancer Industry’ by Ralph Moss a couple of decades ago. You seem to totally miss the point that Dr. John talks far more about real world observational data than he does about studies or trials. Remdesivr apparently did well in trials, but in the real world it has been a colossal dud.

    • Eric Simons
      Eric Simons 4 months ago

      I think there’s much to be gleaned from the data and analysis offered here. It looks very encouraging despite the very small and disparate pools of data. However, I think it would be wise to digest it with a fair degree of critical thought, and try to avoid cherry picking certain data that may be congruent to preconceived notions and anecdotal experience. Politicizing science and healthcare is very dangerous (particularly these days) because it may force people to make health decisions based on totally unrelated political views. Don’t put your actual breathing life on the line for a donkey or an elephant. Understand your limits and seek consensus information from respected health officials and your physician. This is no slight on Dr Campbell at all. He’s seeking answers with more medical knowledge than most of us. But I’m pretty sure it would be discomforting for him to know that someone made a poor heath decision based on their interpretation of his reporting.

  • Watchers
    Watchers 4 months ago +5

    Fantastic data, Dr John. Really factual! Keep posting the truth, we need to know the truth and apparently you are one of those few, who post accurate data, unbiased, nothing hidden. Kudos!

  • stefano resi
    stefano resi 4 months ago +6

    Finally a professional talking sense, without a political agenda.
    Some of the BS that are promulgated by media are so blatant, that no wonder that people gets skeptical of even paranoid. Thanks Doc.

  • UNseanserUN
    UNseanserUN 4 months ago

    Dr. Campbell your way of just explaining the data and facts. with a clear and concise train of logic. Is one of few still allowed to air on TheXvid. I hope your videos are archived and used as a tutorial for future historians on this pandemic. God bless you and many thanks.

  • Peggy Carroll-Henry
    Peggy Carroll-Henry 4 months ago

    Thank you for not being afraid to give hope to the world with actual data and statistics. I can’t even express how much I appreciate the way you break it all down for all of us.

  • bobcharlotte
    bobcharlotte 4 months ago +123

    In Australia and my dad became positive two days ago. He is 83, has asthma and had pneumonia three times before along with other co-morbidities so needless to say I was freaking out.
    He was admitted to hospital the same day and was out the next. Is back home and while it has really knocked him on his butt, he is doing much better than I feared.
    I really hope omicron is the gift to end this insanity that we all needed.

    • anires eegam
      anires eegam 4 months ago +2

      That's such good news. Thanks for posting this.

    • mandaAU09
      mandaAU09 4 months ago +1

      Hope your dad is doing ok.

  • Tim Kern
    Tim Kern 4 months ago

    Thank you, Dr. Campbell. With the ineffectivity of monoclonal antibodies, are there any pre-hospitalization treatments or prophylaxes on the way?

  • Steve Ketterer
    Steve Ketterer 4 months ago +12

    Thank you Dr. Campbell. Great point on cross-immunity and how spike protein/internal protein/T-cell immunities compare. My concerns pertain to the safety of these vaccines. I'll stick with my natural immunity!

  • William Stone
    William Stone 4 months ago +3

    By far the best and most useful daily updates on COVID. Clear and logical presentations!

  • j s
    j s 4 months ago

    Great work Doc. Love the channel. Keep sending out the data, I love it.

  • debbie l williamson
    debbie l williamson 4 months ago +128

    After all the fear mongering that goes on 24/7 by the media outlets in the US, it is refreshing to hear clear, concise information, with a positive outlook.
    Thank you Dr Campbell.

    • Bel Rick
      Bel Rick 4 months ago +1

      @george105 Dude. Bravo. *Slow but sincere clap* Ps: I'm stealing this.

    • Stevious
      Stevious 4 months ago +2

      You are not alone in the US. The Australian governments to run a very persistent fear campaign.
      Thank goodness for people such as Dr. John.

    • george105
      george105 4 months ago +3

      There is Science and then there is $cience

  • Sandra Sauve
    Sandra Sauve 4 months ago +10

    Dr Campbell you are so good at what you do -it’s all in the data - thank you for your clarity - it certainly keeps the panic down Please keep up the good work 🌟

  • The Hebrew Barrister
    The Hebrew Barrister 4 months ago +2

    Thank you for your work on these, Dr. John. Calm, factual. Great stuff. Meanwhile in the US, we get a senator and the head of the NIAID yelling at each other about politics instead. 🙄

  • Anastas Pashov
    Anastas Pashov 4 months ago

    A great channel for up-to-date, competent, and accessible information on COVID. I follow it regularly. Here is something I thought could be added today. Actually, it is not strange that the vaccines included but the spike. As a rule, subunit vaccines produce antibody responses but not significant T-cell responses. Live virus vaccines produce T cells but overall vaccinology has focused on the antibody responses as eliciting protective T cell responses is tricky (one reason we still have no HIV vaccine). Moreover, the philosophy underlying the vaccines is that antibodies protect from infection (especially mucosally secreted ones) while cytotoxic T cells clean up and heal the established infection. Starting with these premises when an urgent vaccine is needed based on a new technology probably it is perceived as relatively less risky to bet on what we know works for sure. Luckily, mRNA vaccines proved to induce also good T-cell responses so now it is time to think of including the other antigens in the next generations of these vaccines. Of, course, we have to steer away from proteins that are known to interfere with the functions of the cell (like orf6, nsp13, N, etc.) or include maimed versions to provide only a set of epitopes.

  • Gunnard Doboze
    Gunnard Doboze 4 months ago +2

    Excellent analysis, very clear and incredibly straightforward. Thank you for this.

  • maria gogorosis
    maria gogorosis 4 months ago +281

    Hello John I'm in Greece and I have found your views extremely helpful!! My mum 95 was sick with covid in may 2021 she has a lot of underlying conditions (half of her right lung is destroyed probably due to cancer) she was unvaccinated due to serious allergies. Her 02 dropped to 87 and was supposed to go to hospital. Thanks to her cardiologist she remained at home was given 02 and medication she overcame the illness she is fine. Her doctor told us that the chances of her surviving hospitalization were very slim., due to hospital infections. My daughter and I got covid 14 days ago omicron? Both unvaccinated had a slight temperature for 24 hours and nothing else. Took vitamin d3 and zinc. Your videos were very helpful and were in sync with my doctor who told me not to panic and that this is a virus that will pass!! Many thanks!!

    • Bob Shingles
      Bob Shingles 4 months ago

      @Sleeping Lioness I've seen that, good but basic. Its good to seek a comprehensive picture of the situation from multiple angles.

    • Sleeping Lioness
      Sleeping Lioness 4 months ago +1

      @Bob Shingles You should check out RebelNews, the Australian coverage. Will keep you up-to-date on the political news. It's very good.

    • Sleeping Lioness
      Sleeping Lioness 4 months ago +1

      @maria gogorosis Hi Maria: Some doctors (I think McCullough or Zelenko or one of the top docs.) were questioning that vx as well, not all of it but some of the ingredients (just going by memory here). Haven't heard anything since Christmas. I have ME (CFS/FM) from the flu vx, so I am super cautious about anyone sticking anything into my arm!! If I hear anything, I'll let you know.
      ps: In Canada, Quebec (which is 1 of 10 provinces) is introducing the $$ penalty, so it will probably 'spread' throughout Canada like a new virus!

    • Irina Z
      Irina Z 4 months ago +1

      @maria gogorosis Thank you! My university friend left California after 20 years to go to live in Greece - hopefully its a best decision!

    • AP MHIYT
      AP MHIYT 4 months ago

      Μπράβο!! Και Μπράβο για το σχόλιο σε τόσο σοβαρό λογαριασμό!! Thanks for sharing ! ❤

  • lolaroller100
    lolaroller100 4 months ago

    Hello Dr. John! Thank you for your amazingly straight forward and real commentary on this situation. Can I ask what you meant when you spoke about the vaccines that used the whole dead virus, saying that they're not really stimulating the T cells in the way you'd like them to? I've had this type of vaccine in the past and I'd prefer to stick with it for any further boosters. Are they not effective? Any information would be great, thank you :)

  • Michelle Bley
    Michelle Bley 4 months ago

    Thank you very much Dr. Campbell for your great professional presentations. Certainly, you are a blessing for many people. May God bless you.

  • Daniel Miller
    Daniel Miller 4 months ago +4

    Dr. John you are doing a service to humanity, sincerely thank you.

  • Mike D
    Mike D 4 months ago +2

    I have learned more in the last 2 weeks watching your videos, than I have for the last 2 years from the TV---beyond thankful for you Sir--God Bless You.

  • Arnav Agarwal
    Arnav Agarwal 4 months ago +2

    Great video! Love your content. I can’t understand one thing though. What does it mean for one variant to “take over” the other variant? Why can’t both delta and omicron move hand in hand? I’m a finance guy with a relatively poor understanding of biology and the sciences :)

  • Catarina SM
    Catarina SM 4 months ago

    Thank you for your daily reports! They are a great help.
    It was always known that natural immunity was stronger and lasted longer. Why this recognition by international health authorities only now? The delay in divulging the scientific truth does not testify to credibility or competence, quite the contrary. However much goodwill one has, it is very difficult to trust and the logic presented by those who are now called "conspirators" is much more reliable. Institutions are indeed in crisis.

  • Rosary Empett
    Rosary Empett 4 months ago

    Thank you for these summaries! Do you know if there is any information on blood clotting with omicron? Does the virus cause clotting like it did with the original and Delta?

  • Stella Elkhenizy
    Stella Elkhenizy 4 months ago +2

    I've had several colds in the past year, especially since late summer. Feeling better for it after hearing what the doc has to say about this 😊

  • reakwon
    reakwon 4 months ago +277

    Congrats for the 2M subscribers Dr. Campbell. It’s just merely a part of the recognition that you deserved throughout the last two years.

    • Hornsfan64
      Hornsfan64 4 months ago

      @relivec The only thing I learned from searching January 23, 2022 was that it’s National Pie Day. Awesome!!

    • Bill Trent
      Bill Trent 4 months ago

      Dude is awesome, wish I found him sooner!

  • Destiny Rose
    Destiny Rose 4 months ago +2

    My daughter and I were positive for Covid (presumptively delta) the first two weeks of September. We both appear to have contracted omicron now (presumptively). For the rest of the household, they had pretty severe cold or flu like symptoms, but my daughter and I have had some minor sniffles, a tickle in our throat and low grade fever but we also had a lot of gastrointestinal issues this go around and I have had pretty bad headaches. It’s mostly just discomfort, nausea, and extreme loss of appetite. Has there been any information about omicron causing gastrointestinal problems? Or has it something to do with reinfection? I remember reading, probably a year ago, with other variants that often gastrointestinal issues equaled more severe Covid so I’m just wanting to make sure that I don’t need to prepare for a severe decline in my kiddos or my health. We don’t feel great but it’s not that bad. Just wondering if anyone else has experienced this or if this is common or are we odd ones out?

    • tree3e
      tree3e 4 months ago +1

      My niece went to hospital (lots of vomiting) and the doctor said the covid often presents in kids as gastro. Her sister only had a low grade fever

  • Shannon DeLong
    Shannon DeLong 4 months ago

    As usual, a data driven, no drama, informational video. I am an Educational Aid in an elementary school in the US. Omicron has slammed our district. We are all vaccinated, a requirement, and most of us are triple vaccinated. More students are also getting vaccinated. People are miserable when they are sick, but so far, as reported, there hasn't been severe disease among the cases and as of yet, non has required hospitalization. Maybe some hope out there? It sounds like there is some encouraging data. It makes me hopeful. 😁 Just have to wait and see. Thank you for your posts.

  • alan mc
    alan mc 4 months ago +10

    Great work Doc. The question for me now is, with the significantly reduced severity of Omicron, and the data being presented on natural immunity, at what stage is a thorough cost benefit analysis of vaccination v non-vaccination required for children and adults under the age of 40, especially where no high risk factors are at play? And, if we are now at the stage where this is a genuine question that needs addressing, can supposed liberal democracies still justify COVID-19 vaccine passports and the elimination of the unvaccinated from large aspects of everyday society?

    • Cr Hu
      Cr Hu 4 months ago

      Yes they can. The next variant or zoonotic that's worse will need fast compliance.

    • Mila Gee
      Mila Gee 4 months ago

      @Terri Krucina To keep the money racket alive.

  • Haldor Asgirson
    Haldor Asgirson 4 months ago

    This is fantastic news Dr. Campbell. Thank you for your dedication to making this comprehensible. I was vaccinated 7 months ago. Based on this I am coming to the opinion that once I have had a bout of Omicron, this pandemic will be essentially over for me. Why are we still practicing social distancing? It is time to get Omicron, there is no certainty that a future variant will be as benign.

  • david obrien
    david obrien 4 months ago +196

    Great stuff John. Happy new year! This reminds me a bit of my grandparent's approach to things whereby they encouraged a certain level of exposure to the environment claiming that it was a good thing to build up immunity, rather than the hyper-sterile, ultra clean environments that people seem to want to live in these days. Keep up the good work!

    • Ryan
      Ryan 4 months ago +4

      Couldn't agree more...if you spend all your time hiding from life you're going to miss it.

    • Kyle Williams
      Kyle Williams 4 months ago +3

      I always say "sterile environment breeds sterile immune"

    • Dave Logic
      Dave Logic 4 months ago +1

      @Martin Tippins - I told my wife "This is what we get for teaching our kids to not eat their boogers!" Just to gross her our. LOLZ. Yep, I'm that guy. Don't know why she loves me.

    • Sandra Agar
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    • RobbeyT
      RobbeyT 4 months ago +7

      @youtubeaccount Yes but weren't these old vaccines properly tested, unlike this new vaccine?

  • The Argonauts
    The Argonauts 4 months ago

    Dr! Thank you for your work and detail. Incredible info.

  • Lolipops and Fancy Pants

    Thank you for good data presented well. I have hated having to find real facts myself since the start of this. Having to ignore the programmed hate of public my early conclusions are bearing the test of time. Hence, I trust what you present because it is in line with my digging. It got a little ridiculous here in Canada when I had to vpn from cherry-picked countries just to view medical periodicals, but I didn't let it stop me. Now that your presenting good new data it is a real time saver. I no longer have to scour the world, hunt down, and then sift through a mass of data.

  • Outofspek
    Outofspek 4 months ago

    Dr. John you are doing so well. We need more of you to help us navigate our way out of this situation. The only thing more novel than the virus is the political response...worldwide.

  • Wendy Schultz
    Wendy Schultz 4 months ago +3

    I love Dr. Campbell. What a gent he is. I hope he lives forever.❤️

  • Gary Stavely
    Gary Stavely 4 months ago +79

    These type of videos are much more informative and interesting than any seem to be political influenced daily reports from any national news media sources (they know who they are). Keep up the great work, very much appreciated !

  • Jet
    Jet 4 months ago +3

    Love this channel, i listen to this more than mainstream media. Straight presentation of facts and data with scientific evidences from various studies

  • Darcy Doll
    Darcy Doll 4 months ago

    Thank you for offering this uncensored information about the various findings from around the world. It is really helpful. 😁

  • 8000296
    8000296 4 months ago

    You are one of the few real beacons during this pandemic! Thank you!

  • Bullfrog377
    Bullfrog377 4 months ago +85

    "For some strange reason the vaccine developers did not target the part of the virus which would have rendered the vaccines able to confer long-term immunity".
    The barely discernible sarcasm is priceless.

    • Darth Binks
      Darth Binks 4 months ago

      @Christ In Common and we will have future pandemics, we have dense populations and viruses are mutating all the time. The best way to prevent this is through vaccinations.

    • Christ In Common
      Christ In Common 4 months ago

      @Darth Binks like I said, if you truly investigated the origin of our pharmaceutical industry and were not afraid of truth, you will be very well informed for future “pandemics”.

    • Darth Binks
      Darth Binks 4 months ago

      @Christ In Common and your name ...christ?? Another religious fundamentalist without story bro....

  • Matthew Ellisor
    Matthew Ellisor 4 months ago +116

    Dr. Campbell, from my perspective, you seem to have gone from cautiously-hopeful to hopefully-optimistic to bordering on jubilant in these last few weeks.
    I certainly have.
    Thank you for the data, the clear, evidence-based updates and for being a voice of reason in a world full of liars, cheats, thieves, talking heads and, worst of all, politicians, busy bloviating.

    • Terje Oseberg
      Terje Oseberg 4 months ago

      @Drew Elric, Wrong. While Delta was raging last year and since then many more people got vaccinated. Also everyone who had Delta gained immunity. There are therefore significantly more people with immunity during this Omicron wave than there was during the Delta wave.

    • Drew Elric
      Drew Elric 4 months ago +1

      @Terje Oseberg similar levels vaccinated right now we’re vaccinated last summer when Delta was raging.