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Re: coronavirus
« on: May 12, 2021, 04:27:38 PM »
My 78 year old father in law and his same age girl friend both had Covid late September 2021.  They didn't go to the doctors and just stayed in bed for a week or so (no fever, just fatigue, cough and transient change in taste).

Last week, they had a doctor's visit for the girl friend and was told she should get the vaccine before her surgery because Covid antibodies only last for 3 months.  The girl friend thought that they may have lasted longer, so requested an antibody test after the Dr told her that she was foolish to think she would still have antibodies.

Well, this was last week (May 2021), and they both did the antibody test and found out that they still had Covid antibodies!  Imagine that.  It is pretty incredible that we haven't yet dialed in on how long antibodies last in someone who had Covid.

« Last Edit: May 12, 2021, 04:50:11 PM by IrvineNinja »

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