April 17, 2024

Study shows babies and toddlers generates stronger immune response against COVID than adults


In this March 23, 2022 article for Epoch Times, Bill Pan reports on the results of a study conducted by researchers at Johns Hopkins University.

The research, which involved 682 individuals in 175 households in Maryland, found that children aged 4 and younger had the highest levels of SARS-CoV-2-specific neutralizing antibodies. Dr. Ruth Karron, the study’s lead author said, “This study demonstrates that even children in the first few years of life have the capacity to develop strong antibody responses to SARS-CoV-2 infection, which in some cases exceed adult responses”.

Despite this result, however, Karron said, “These findings should provide some reassurance that with the appropriate vaccine doses we can effectively immunize very young children against SARS-CoV-2”.

The full study may be accessed here: https://insight.jci.org/articles/view/157963

Editor’s Note: At this point, it is hard to follow the logic of these researchers who are already seeing concrete proof that young children do not need vaccines, and yet they are making conclusions that are so far off from their results.

Maybe this is what happens when people are so caught up in one narrative – logic and critical thinking no longer work. Or maybe the researchers were forced to make that conclusion because the study was actually funded by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (See Image below)

For parents, we hope that this will serve as a lesson: sometimes, the scientists make the wrong conclusions because they have been working towards an agenda [see Digital Surveillance: The Real Motive Behind Push to Vaccinate Kids].

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