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Studies show that 96 COVID-19 patients have antibodies one year after recovery



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May 22, 2021 15:38 IST

Moscow [Russia]May 22 (ANI / Sputnik): Study by JapanAccording to Kyodo News, Yokohama City University has shown that 96% of people previously infected with COVID-19 still have antibodies one year after recovery.

The study examined the results of 250 people aged 21-78 years who were virus-positive between February and April last year, and all COVID-19 patients who showed more severe symptoms had antibodies the following year. However, mild or asymptomatic patients had antibodies in the first 6 months after becoming ill.
In this study, only 69% of people with mild or no COVID-19 symptoms last year had antibodies to fight South African variants 6 months after illness, against Indian variants. It was 75% and 81%. 85 percent against Brazilian varieties and against British varieties. Studies further showed that these percentages declined the following year.
In this study, former COVID-19 patients who became ill in the first few months of the pandemic were vaccinated to prevent infection with the UK COVID-19 variant, especially in mild or asymptomatic cases. I concluded that I need to receive it. , South Africa and Brazil. (ANI / Sputnik)



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