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How can this be? Antibodies Protect Against COVID-19 Reinfection.

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How can this be? Antibodies Protect Against COVID-19 Reinfection. It’s good to see that the NIH at least admits that antibodies do work for those who had COVID. Their own study actually proves it. So why would the antibodies not work for those who haven’t had COVID?

In April of 2021 I had the one and done JJ jab and my antibodies and T-Cells have continued to go up. And guess what? No COVID. My family doctor and a scientist friend of his at Johns Hopkins both agree. We have this from the NIH.

About 3% to 4% of people with negative antibody tests got COVID-19 in each time period. But those who had antibodies were less likely to have COVID-19 as time went on. Only 0.3% of the people with antibodies had a positive COVID-19 test more than 90 days after. Those without antibodies were 10 times more likely to get the disease.

 

 

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