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COVID19 immunity may last for more than ten years

COVID19 immunity may last for more than ten years

November 18, 2020: While the world has hit the mark of 11.8 million infections in the last 8 months of this pandemic in the USA alone, and the total count across the world standing at 55.6 million. In this pandemic situation as everyone waits for the vaccine to be released and stop the spread of coronavirus.While Pfizer and Moderna are publishing the report on the effectiveness has given confidence in people to overcome the current pandemic. Meanwhile, research from the scientist also disclosed the immunity power of the recovered patient’s immunity will remain for many years, and maybe more than 10 years as well.

A sample of 185 patients was taken with an age group of 19-81 who were tested positive during the pandemic and are cured of the coronavirus. The researchers examined that more than 90% of the patients had a very strong immune and would prevent the reinfection within a year or more than a decade.

According to New York Times reporter Apoorva Mandavilli, the vast majority of individuals (more than 90%) who had been infected with the coronavirus will be “protected from reinfections for a very long time,” and vaccines (“which generally provide stronger, longer-lasting protection”) could produce an even longer duration of immunity. “We probably will not need to vaccinate people every year as we had feared,” writes Mandavilli. The novel coronavirus may be “terminated fast enough that not only are you not experiencing any symptoms, but you are not infectious,” said Dr. Alessandro Sette, an immunologist at the La Jolla Institute of Immunology and co-author of the study.

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