When you can’t prove your point, you turn to insults.
mutations Happen and there are different stains going around. The uglier versions appear to be burning out faster,
next You’re going to go to ”its Not proven that you will get antibodies if you get it, and you could get it multiple times”.
if that’s the case, then we’re right back where we started and there is no sense locking everyone down because it won’t matter. It will affect a portion of the population.
The most plausible answer right now comes from Dr. Scott Gottlieb who is a Republican and the Former FDA chief by Trump who has been praised by the both sides.
- Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Monday he believes that most people who had the new coronavirus will have "some level" of immunity.
- "Now how long that immunity lasts, how strong it is, we don't know," Gottlieb said on "Squawk Box."
- The World Health Organization clarified that it also expects Covid-19 antibodies to "provide some level of protection."
Even in a bad year when they miss on the flu shot strain, having that less effective vaccine still gives you some protection in reducing severity even if you still get the flu.
In the case of people who recover from COVID-19, some of the ones with strong immune systems may be fully immune but those that don't have strong immune systems may still be susceptible. This is based off of cases in Korea and China where some who they thought fully recovered got it again. It's a small percentage but what the CDC and government doesn't want is for people to automatically assume they can be reckless because 100% immunity is not a given.