It is often stated that getting infected gives a lesser immunological protection from covid, than a vaccine, but studying immunology.org - I'm getting the feeling that the immunization is merely more variable (not so good if the infection was mild),

I'm also not understanding how a vaccine developed against the first variants of covid protects better from newer variants of covid then getting infected by the newer variants of covid?

Can someone explain?



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