This is a Dr. John Campbell video reviewing a peer reviewed study of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine. IMHO, the numbers they give accidentally show that the virus is simply rejected without illness in 90% of people exposed to it. At about 16 minutes and 20 minutes, when talking about the placebo group: They find 1.3% became ill. Yet in final review, 15% have antibodies to the virus. I think that means only 9% of those exposed to the virus showed enough symptoms to be called sick, while 91% simply made antibodies without clinical illness. (The rest, 85% of the placebo group, simply not being exposed, neither get sick nor make antibodies).
Did I miss something here? Some arcane point of medical studies or statistics?
Or do 90% of us have zero to worry about?