1. Canada says:

    So does this mean that a previous immune response will allow the variants to infect for easily? If this is the case, how does the vaccine immune response compare to a natural infection immune response?

    • Anon Anon Anon Anon United States says:

      In short, yes; that is certainly a possibility.

      There are studies that can be searched that show Clinical ADE in animals when they tried to mRNA vaccinate them against viruses like SARS-CoV-2. Many of those studies showed high mortality rates of up to 85% or more.

      With the mRNA therapy, they send mRNA into your cells to program them to produce a certain antibody or a protein that will elicit your body to make an antibody against.

      With natural immunity, your body will produce many antibodies for different aspects of the virus including the different proteins on the surface of the envelope and the features of the capsid, and it will do it in a natural way that will reduce the risk of ADE.

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