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Five ways to boost your immunity
This week’s immunity study from Imperial College London certainly makes sombre reading. The React-2 trial, which asked about 350,000 people in England to send in
Covid immunity may only last months, study finds
On Monday, the researchers warned that Britain is “a long, long way” from anything approaching herd immunity. Helen Ward, a professor of public health at
Herd immunity could have saved more lives than lockdown, study suggests
It comes as thousands of scientists across the world signed the Great Barrington Declaration, calling for an end to lockdown for young and healthy people.
Life can go back to normal if we make it our common goal to achieve herd immunity
When asked how it all began for me, the image that returns is of the 90 year-old street vendor walking back home to her village
Immunity may last only a few months after infection
Blood tests conducted at the Schwabing Clinic on recovered patients demonstrated that the level of antibodies produced by the immune system dropped significantly in a
Antibody tests too unreliable to be used to judge coronavirus immunity levels, review finds
“These observations indicate important weaknesses in the evidence on Covid-19 serological tests, particularly those being marketed as point-of-care tests,” the authors wrote in the BMJ.
‘Significant number’ of people may have some natural immunity to coronavirus
“So there is probably background T-cell immunity in people before they see the coronavirus, and that may be relevant that many people get a pretty
Around a third of those with no coronavirus symptoms may have developed immunity, study shows
It comes as statistics revealed that one in seven children in Leicester have now tested positive for coronavirus, with levels tripling in the last month.
Coronavirus antibody tests could give false hope of immunity, scientists warn
The experts writing in the BMJ also question the companies’ claims of accuracy due to the limited information they have published. Professor Jon Deeks, who