1. Laurie Pierce Laurie Pierce United States says:

    In addition to the aforementioned comments, I am not seeing the statistical modeling, which was used in this study.  While this is a nascent area of study, there was no review of current literature.  There is also no shortage of vaccination and we are struggling to get late adopters to accept vaccination in general.  It is also too early to state how long natural immunity will continue.  Finally, the COVID vaccinations appear to be reducing the effects experienced by, "long haulers."  www.yalemedicine.org/news/vaccines-long-covid.  The author will have a difficult time getting this through peer review.

    • Duane Kerzic Duane Kerzic United States says:

      Exactly. If this was India or Brazil right now, or another country with a shortage of vaccine this is an important consideration. Give the vaccine doses to those that have not had infection first. And maybe only give one dose so everyone has some protection.

      But this is getting spread on every department of health website in the USA right now and increasing vaccine hesitancy. And we need to get everyone vaccinated if we want a normal life again.

    • Jonny Fin Jonny Fin United States says:

      It’s great to have a non-experimental option too!

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