Scientists figure out how to get "superhuman" immunity from coronavirus
A person who has contracted the coronavirus and has been vaccinated with Pfizer or Moderna drugs can acquire immunity capable of coping with new strains of COVID-19. This is reported by The Telegraph, citing data from a group of British researchers.
Scientists have called such immunity "superhuman" or "hybrid".
In this case, experts from the UK previously argued that the effectiveness of the vaccine against coronavirus Pfizer/BioNTech decreases over time, and vaccinated with this drug, may require booster vaccination.
Earlier it became known that the Food and Drug Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has rejected a request for mass administration of additional doses of the Pfizer and BioNTech coronavirus vaccine.
Previously, the U.S. called for a suspension of the COVID-19 revaccination. According to health experts, the introduction of booster doses of coronavirus vaccines has not yet been studied much.
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