Covid Call To Humanity
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FROM THE EDITORIAL TEAM

Had COVID? You don't need the vax!

In this newsletter we compile articles pointing to a wonderful discovery. Our immune system has the capacity to protect us from COVID-19. Current research is also showing that this protection extends to new and future variants of the virus, and that immunity is long-lasting!

Please share this important newsletter to family and friends. Let us end this year-long reign of terror. It is time.

New study finds mild COVID creates lasting antibody producing cells

In this May 24, 2021 article for the Washington School of Medicine in St. Louis, Tamara Bhandari, reports on the results of a new study on COVID immunity conducted by researchers from the university. Researchers found that months after recovering from mild cases of COVID-19, “people still have immune cells in their body pumping out antibodies against the virus that causes COVID-10”. …

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New study finds mild COVID creates lasting antibody producing cells

New study shows the path towards endemic COVID

New study shows the path towards endemic COVID
The following article was published by the peer-reviewed journal Science last February 12, 2021. It was written by Jennie Lavigne, Ottar Bjornstad, and Ruston Antia. According to the model created by the study, SARS-CoV-2 could join the ranks of mild, cold-causing human coronaviruses in the long run. The researchers say, “Our model, incorporating...components of immunity, recapitulates both the current severity …

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T-cell immunity found in SARS-CoV-2 infected individuals and close contacts who never experienced detectable infection

The following study was published by Nature Communications on March 19, 2021. The study's main goal was to understand T-cell immunity among recovered COVID-19 patients and their close contacts. This study found some very interesting results. Here are a few of them: Most recovered COVID-19 patients have developed an effective memory T-cell pool against SARS-CoV-2.Close contacts of SARS-CoV-2 patients also …

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T-cell immunity found in SARS-CoV-2 infected individuals and close contacts who never experienced detectable infection

New study: T-cells induced by COVID infection can respond to new SARS-CoV-2 variants

New study: T-cells induced by COVID infection can respond to new SARS-CoV-2 variants
The following article was written by Julie Steenhuysen and was published by Reuters last March 31, 2021. In this article, Steenhuysen reports on the results of a new study which showed that T-cells developed from an infection of the original strain of the SARS-CoV-2 could also protect against the three most concerning virus variants identified in the UK, South Africa, …

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Pro-vaccine immunologist: "I would probably prefer to have natural immunity"

The following article is a transcript of a presentation by Dr. Bryam Bridle to the Covid Plan B, a group from New Zealand which opposes the lockdowns imposed on the country, and calls for a balanced response to the health crisis. Dr. Bridle is an associate professor and viral immunologist in the Department of Pathobiology at the University of Guelph. …

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Pro-vaccine immunologist: "I would probably prefer to have natural immunity"

Study of 10-million person-identifiable PCR-test in Denmark shows young people protected from SARS-CoV-2 reinfection

Study of 10-million person-identifiable PCR-test in Denmark shows young people protected from SARS-CoV-2 reinfection
The following study was published by The Lancet on March 27, 2021. It was conducted by Christian Holm Hansen, Daniela Michlmayr, Sophie Madeleine Gubbels, Prof. Kåre Mølbak,. and Prof. Steen Ethelberg. Utilizing individual level data collected from 10 million person-identifiable PCR tests conducted in Denmark in 2020, the researchers found that protection against repeated infection among the young (aged below …

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Our immune system evolves to fight coronavirus variants

This article by Monuique Brouillete was published by the Scientific American on March 31, 2021. It features a new study conducted by Michel Nussenzweig, an immunologist at the Rockefeller University, which showed that the human immune system can evolve to more effectively handle variants. The article clarifies the different kinds of immune cells that have the capacity to create different …

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Our immune system evolves to fight coronavirus variants