"Recovered #COVID patients also displayed increased immunity against common human coronaviruses as well as SARS-CoV-1. [Those] who survived COVID19 are likely to also posses protective immunity even against SARS-CoV-2 variants." news.emory.edu/ news.emory.edu/#.YP1yKYpZPv4…

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Replying to @MartinKulldorff
Too many reinfections now, to take this article at face value.
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Replying to @MartinKulldorff
Awesome, add in the vaccination and if people just got it or tested for antibodies we’d be set!
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Replying to @MartinKulldorff
People who recover from covid not only have increased antibodies that act as a lasting defense, but ALSO increased t-cells and NK (natural killer) cells that are being found to be protective against variants! The Creator’s design is incredible. Pursue a healthy lifestyle now!
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Replying to @MartinKulldorff
It is curious that all variants are related to mutations in the vaccine S protein and that the first variants appeared in those countries participating in vaccine trials nitter.fdn.fr/musicaypaz5011/s… And now this 👇🏼
Replying to @FLMIRONES
Curioso que todas las variantes surjan de mutaciones en la proteína S spike , justo la que se inocula con la vacuna Curioso que las primeras variantes surgiesen en países donde se estaba ensayando la vacuna de Astra (UK, Brasil y Sudáfrica) rtve.es/noticias/20200909/as…
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So… if I’m implying things correctly, Covid-19 vaccines are literally the cure for the common cold? 🤯
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Replying to @MartinKulldorff
This is all a no duh. The "experts" should know the science better. The new virus contains molecular sequences that are new to the human immune system--it did not change how the human immune works.
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