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"Equal viral load" can be rather misleading because it refers to peak measure at one point in time and in one spot (in "the nose", more precisely by nasopharyngeal probe.) There are a couple of counterpoints to this: At least, in monkey [models] of re-infections with SARS-CoV-2, there's differential response in the nose and in the lungs ...


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In hindsight, the UK guideline was probably a good idea largely because a longer gap seems to lead to much longer-lasting immunity. Dr Campbell MD has a YouTube video in which he provides evidence to support this claim of his that the longer gap is the reason that the UK had much less of a spike in cases recently than Israel did, and extrapolates to the US. ...


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