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Report: Immunity to COVID-19 does not appear to be indefinite and would require annual vaccinations

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Despite popular belief that immunity to COVID-19 may be indefinite or for extended periods of time that does not appear to be the case. According to President Biden ‘s Coronavirus response team, and Pfizer, people will likely need a 3rd shot (this one annually) to fend off COVID as it likely will remain with us in our lives.

One of Biden ‘s top scientists Dr. David Kessler testified this week in Washington that immunity does appear to eventually vanish or find itself significantly weakened.

We don’t know everything at this moment,” he testified.

“We are studying the durability of the antibody response. It seems strong, but there is some waning of that and no doubt the variants [are a] challenge … They make these vaccines work harder.”

“I think we should expect that we may have to boost, and probably have to boost again,” Kessler said. 

“No decision, but the current thinking is that certainly, those who are more vulnerable may have to go first,” he added.


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