Evidence of 'superhuman' immunity to COVID-19

Evidence of 'superhuman' immunity to COVID-19

16/9/2021 6:06:00 PM

Evidence of 'superhuman' immunity to COVID-19

It's being dubbed 'superhuman immunity'.new research shows some people may have a significantly higher level of immunity to COVID-19 that could even protect them from future pandemics.Scientists studied individuals who have recovered from the virus and then later received a mRNA vaccine, such as Pfizer or Moderna.What they found was that protection against the disease and its variants was higher than immunity conferred by either infection alone or vaccine alone.Paul Bieniasz is a virologist at the Rockefeller University, he prefers the term hybrid, rather than superhuman immunity:'So this is a phenomenon that we and others have uncovered in people who were infected by SARS-CoV-2 early in the pandemic, and then some months later when vaccines became available, they were vaccinated.''..Their antibodies were not only capable of neutralizing all of the SARS-CoV-2 variants that we have seen thus far, they're also capable of neutralizing viruses that are very much more diverse, including the original SARS coronavirus, which is really quite different to the current ones, viruses that are currently circulating in bats and pangolins...'Bieniasz went on to urge caution, stressing that the research is new and needs more real world testing.He said it did offer hope, though, for the people who had recovered from the disease and been vaccinated.His team is investigating whether a third booster shot has the same effect.So far, more than 226 million people around the world have been infected with COVID and some 4.8 million people have died.The World Health Organization has said another influenza pandemic is inevitable - that it is a matter of when, not if.

It's being dubbed 'superhuman immunity'.new research shows some people may have a significantly higher level of immunity to COVID-19 that could even protect them from future pandemics.Scientists studied individuals who have recovered from the virus and then later received a mRNA vaccine, such as Pfizer or Moderna.

It's official: Rapper formerly known as Kanye West is now just Ye Chinese Influencer Dies After Netizens Encourage Her To Drink Pesticide During Live Stream Myanmar frees hundreds of political prisoners after ASEAN pressure

What they found was that protection against the disease and its variants was higher than immunity conferred by either infection alone or vaccine alone.Paul Bieniasz is a virologist at the Rockefeller University, he prefers the term hybrid, rather than superhuman immunity:

"So this is a phenomenon that we and others have uncovered in people who were infected by SARS-CoV-2 early in the pandemic, and then some months later when vaccines became available, they were vaccinated.""..Their antibodies were not only capable of neutralizing all of the SARS-CoV-2 variants that we have seen thus far, they're also capable of neutralizing viruses that are very much more diverse, including the original SARS coronavirus, which is really quite different to the current ones, viruses that are currently circulating in bats and pangolins..." headtopics.com

Bieniasz went on to urge caution, stressing that the research is new and needs more real world testing.He said it did offer hope, though, for the people who had recovered from the disease and been vaccinated.His team is investigating whether a third booster shot has the same effect.

So far, more than 226 million people around the world have been infected with COVID and some 4.8 million people have died.The World Health Organization has said another influenza pandemic is inevitable - that it is a matter of when, not if. Read more: Yahoo Singapore »

Covid-19: Coffee shops must designate ‘fixed point’, such as drinks stall, to check patrons’ vaccination status

China fully vaccinates more than 1 billion people against Covid-19

Covid-19: 804 new locally transmitted cases; 2 more clusters discovered at nursing homesI really wonder how all the nursing homes are getting infected.I am sure their SOPs are very strict considering the people living in all these homes are aged. The virus seems to know where to “hit” where SOPs are vulnerable..KTVs,Fishery Port,Market/Food Centre,Airports,Malls…

About 3,200 vaccinated seniors first to receive Covid-19 booster shots0.2 percent of Americans have died from virus-related causes. Not 'with' covid anymore, but virus related causes - any virus. Are you still believing this crap, scare story? Surely even the intellectually challenged must by now be doubting this...?

804 new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases in Singapore, 2 nursing homes among new clustersSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 804 new locally transmitted COVID-19 infections as of noon on Wednesday (Sep 15), comprising of 770 community cases and 34 dormitory residents. Among the new local cases, 238 were seniors above the age of 60, said the Ministry of Health (MOH). Three new large cluster

COVID-19 cases surge in North America, decline in South America, says health agencyBRASILIA: COVID-19 infections have risen by a third in North America over the past week, due to surges in the United States and Canada, where new infections have doubled in the province of Alberta, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) said on Wednesday. Hospitals in Alberta are facing critical staff

FDA releases documents outlining Pfizer's case for COVID-19 booster shotsThe document from Pfizer shows that a third dose of the vaccine raises levels of neutralising antibodies and sparked no major safety concerns.