After analyzing the immune responses of patients and health care workers who became infected with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), researchers from this institution found that the antibodies created to destroy the virus waned rather quickly, typically within just a few short weeks. After a couple of months, only 16.7 percent of patients still had any antibody response at all.
"The study found that 60 percent of the patients had a 'potent' antibody response at the peak of their battle with the coronavirus," reports reveal. "After about two months, however, just 16.7 percent of the patients had a potent antibody response."
These findings, along with those of earlier studies that reportedly came to similar conclusions, have drastic implications for the development of a vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). In essence, there will never be a vaccine good enough to combat the novel virus, no matter how "potent."
"Not only do antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 fade, and perhaps fade quickly, studies have also shown that only 15 percent of those who test positive for antibodies make the neutralizing antibodies necessary to develop immunity in the first place," says Dr. William Haseltine. "And not all of those who make neutralizing antibodies make them at high levels. Some of those infected make no antibodies at all."
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What this means, of course, is that there is really no solution to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), at least in terms of the way the government and large corporations are approaching the quest for a "cure." Instead, it would seem as though the best thing to do is simply to boost one's natural immunity, which is the best defense against infectious disease.
"... any hope of 'herd immunity' bringing this pandemic to an end is completely gone," claims Michael Snyder, writing for End of the American Dream.
Like other coronaviruses, including the type that causes the common cold, antibodies for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) appear to wane rather quickly, meaning a person can "catch" it multiple times. This has already been observed in China, as one example, where supposedly "recovered" Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) patients were reportedly found to have developed secondary infections.
For the 99-plus percent of patients who will barely even notice symptoms, or not develop any at all, this is not all that concerning. But for the very small percentage of people who do develop serious health problems, it could suggest that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) will be a problem year after year, with no end in sight.
"Even the CDC now says this virus has a mortality rate of less than 1 percent," wrote one End of the American Dream commenter, emphasizing that very few people who contract this viral infection face any serious health problems as a result.
"The cabal will do anything to keep this garbage narrative going so that people stay scared and paranoid," this same commenter added, saying that "there is no talk of how to keep your immune system strong" when it comes to taking a preventative approach.
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