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    Is a vaccine going to make a difference?

    Levels of protective antibodies in people wane "quite rapidly" after coronavirus infection, say researchers.

    Antibodies are a key part of our immune defences and stop the virus from getting inside the body's cells.

    The Imperial College London team found the number of people testing positive for antibodies has fallen by 26% between June and September.
    They say immunity appears to be fading and there is a risk of catching the virus multiple times.

    So if this is true surely a vaccine that is supposed to give you an immunity by building up antibodies is going to be pointless? Or am I missing something?

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    I read this and wondered what the difference is between building up anti-bodies from catching the virus or from being vaccinated? Surely if catching the virus means the antibodies don’t stick around for long then surely tht would be the same from the vaccine, so what would be the benefit of the vaccine?

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    I read this and wondered what the difference is between building up anti-bodies from catching the virus or from being vaccinated? Surely if catching the virus means the antibodies don’t stick around for long then surely tht would be the same from the vaccine, so what would be the benefit of the vaccine?
    My thoughts too, which then leads us to the question how the hell are we ever going to get back to normal again?

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    I’ve pondered this so many times. Why is a vaccine better at providing long term immunity than our own bodies? I personally would prefer to put my faith in nature and the incredible complexity of my body.
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    I certainly don’t think it’s worth having the vaccine and I definitely won’t be having it.

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    Would you even have the vaccine? I think there are not enough studies being done and no long term effects that can be monitored. I would not take the risk of having the vaccine even if it is the wonder drug they are saying it is.

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    I have yet to find anyone who is willing to have the vaccine so not sure how it is going to benefit everyone when most of the population don’t want it.

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    I don’t honestly think it will, there is a huge amount of people that have been exposed and infected by Covid, these people will have built up their immunity, I think the vaccine will only offer benefit a very small proportion of society. But that has to be weighed up against the risks of that vaccine.

    I personally will not be having the vaccine, I would rather wear a mask for the rest of my life than have that questionable vaccine.

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