Interesting study. A couple of issues that immediately come to mind:\n\nProtection from infection\/illness depends on...becoming infected\/ill. While that infection may indeed offer protection from later infection, one is rolling the dice and hoping that the initial infection doesn't have serious consequences. Meanwhile, during an initial infection, one is able to spread it to others.\n\nAs a public health protection strategy, it doesn't make a lot of sense to me. That said, maybe PH authorities could throw anti-vaxxers a bone and provide an "equivalent to vaccinated" certification to those who have tested positive (presumably via PCR), enabling them to work and travel where vaccine mandates apply.\n\nAs you said, there are limitations to the study, so I don't think we'll see changes in PH policy soon anytime soon.\nI really enjoy this discussion on coronavirus on the Audioholics forums. It's great to see a discourse community come together to share thoughts, ideas, and perspectives on such an important topic. In fact, I recently wrote an article for https:\/\/samploon.com\/free-essays\/discourse-community\/ on the importance of discourse communities and how they can bring people together to promote dialogue and understanding. I`m not a student, but I`m helping them with their writing tasks. Audioholics is a great example of this type of community and I'm glad to be a part of it.\n\n\n\nAn excellent proposal for a public health strategy. It's a pity that this is unlikely to be supported.