It wasn’t even mentioned. We’ve had people that had COVID way before the vaccines came out. They don’t know the duration of immunity for the vaccine, yet they’re saying that fully vaccinated people can get back to normal now. Why one, and not the other, when they don’t know the duration of immunity for either?I don't think its being ignored, the cdc is still investigating the level of immunity and the duration of immunity that those who have recovered have.
Does the cdc have some proof that our immune systems work differently with the virus that causes Covid-19? Because the way the immune system works in a healthy individual, there’s long term or even lifelong immunity. Without evidence otherwise, doesn’t it seem a little off, that they doubt our immune system?
Do you have a link with actual studies that corroborate this? Or are you just regurgitating what you’re being told?The latest information that I've seen is that if a person has recovered from covid, then one shot should bring them to the same level of immunity that two shots from a mRNA vaccine provides to a person without any antibodies.
Yes, for the fearful among us, the govt has allowed them some hope.But the takeaway here is that the announcement by the cdc today is excellent news!!
It shows that the vaccination program in the US is working.
And this is the first step in getting the US population as a whole 'back to normal' safely.
It’s certainly comforting for those who think that they weren’t safe before. If it gets my hospital to allow us not to wear a mask everywhere, then it’s good news for me. Otherwise, it doesn’t make any difference to me, because the only place I wear a mask is at work.That is good news for everyone.
Something just doesn’t sit right with this. Only fully vaccinated(those that followed our mandate) can go back to a sense of normalcy. Those of you who suffered through COVID-19, and/or built a natural immunity, well... that’s tough doodoo.