Over 50 million cases of COVID-19 have now been recorded globally — and yet only a handful of cases of reinfection have been documented
If antibodies were our only defense, surely we would be seeing vast numbers of reinfections?
Are we fearing a ‘second wave’ which our immune systems already have well in hand?
Perhaps it is time for governments to start looking at real world evidence, rather than just models
Introducing novel drugs into everyday use has the potential to bring a huge amount of good — but also the potential to cause a great deal of harm
The vaccine garners both an autobody and T-cell response which it is hoped may provide lasting immunity to the disease
A Swedish study found that 30 percent of blood donors had an immune response to COVID-19 in their T cells
There are four possibilities
Figuring out the real infection rate is very difficult. Probably the best way is through antibody tests
If I complain of being tired, one of the kids will say: ‘What’s the matter, Dad? Another bout of coronavirus?’
Although it is important to mitigate loss of life wherever possible, we can never reduce risk to zero
Over the next few days, testing kits are being sent to 20,000 randomly-selected households
Several studies suggest that COVID-19 is far more prevalent — and correspondingly less deadly — than has been widely assumed
Scientists randomly sampled 1,000 people in Gangelt