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But no. As far as I know such advice never went viral or official.


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I've done a lot of google searches - in fact, it is not known, for what physiological or immunological reasons there are persons who "just won't get sick" from CoV-2, and the answer to your questions 2 and 3 should be "yes" as any better answer would be speculative (yes, ... they can fight COVID-1 ... yes, they have a good immune ...


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(What's true has changed even further!! A lot changed AGAIN - since this question was asked and initially answered, AND THEN since it was (last month) initially answered by me! So time for another new answer!) YES! In addition to several literature reviews by several groups of doctors including some of the most experienced in emergency medicine, and ...


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To supplement Bryan's answer (although I'm not going to say anything fundamentally different here), according to their proponents, mRNA vaccines are considered the safest genetic vaccines (in this integration regard) because mRNA transcription ("transfection") to proteins happens outside the nucleus. Quoting from a review mRNA vaccines do not ...


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Roman ZieliƄski seems to be intentionally misleading you by making an implausible circumstance that is technically possible sound like a likely outcome. This strategy is not unusual among people who argue against vaccination, because they have very little actual science to argue based on. The Central Dogma as stated by Crick says nothing about RNA vs DNA. It ...


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You are confused. The VUI-202012/01 strain has some 17 mutations, some of which have been seen separately before. See COG UK summary: COG UK suspects that that many mutations have accumulated in a chronic case of infection which served as a "living lab". ECDC give this approximation of the spread of the new kid: In contrast G614 has been dominant ...


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