Vaccination and then being infected will confer an extraordinary level of immunity, known as “super immunity”. what is it exactly? Does it work the other way around, i.e. getting infected and then vaccinated? Futura takes stock of the subject.
Immunity is our body’s ability to fight agents, The body is said to be immune if it is able to fight a virus or disease on its own. when it is reached. Vaccines allow the body to counteract a noose of pathogen to teach it how to defend itself. Thus, he will be able to react when he is faced with the virus in reality. In the case of Of course, the body’s response to the virus appears to increase tenfold when it actually detects it after vaccination. good news in the present context predicts that half of Europeans will be infected by until mid-March.
Vaccinated then contaminated…
The concept of “super immunity” was first mentioned in a study published inOn December 16, 2021, the immunity of people who were vaccinated and then infected with SARS-CoV-2 was compared to those who were vaccinated but never infected with the virus. The rate of the first group of people was Impressive, 1000 and 2000% more than the other group. The more interesting thing is that People in the first group (contaminated after vaccination) had a greater ability to neutralize different forms of the virus than those in the second group.
…but also contaminated and then vaccinated!
A new study recently published in the journal, This time focused on the immunity of the infected people and then vaccinated. Study shows immunity conferred by an infection after that a Virus infection after or vaccination provides a similar level of protection against reinfection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
In both cases the level of immunity to the virus is very high. In fact, the level of antibodies conferred by one or the other scenarios is at least 10 times higher than in people who have benefited from vaccination but who have never been infected. In both cases, antibodies are not only present in large quantities, but they are much more powerful in fighting the virus. Here too, the authors speak of “super immunity”. This study was conducted beforeBut several elements of the Omicron version lead one to think that these results are also valid for this type of ,
So should we try to get infected after getting vaccinated to get this super-immunity?, Voluntarily catching COVID-19 means exposing yourself to the risk of developing a severe form or and being unable to function normally for months. Voluntarily catching COVID-19 also means encouraging the circulation of the virus and encouraging its emergence. potentially more dangerous.
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