ST. LOUIS — Researchers here have discovered cells in the bone marrow of COVID-19 survivors that were still producing antibodies against the virus months after recovery, suggesting immunity may last far longer than once thought.
In a study released Monday in Nature, researchers show that among a group of 19 participants who previously had mild cases of COVID-19, 15 had antibody-producing cells in their bone marrow that target the virus that causes COVID-19.Washington U study finds clues to long-term COVID-19 immunity in survivors’ bone marrow
We already know 85% of the population is immune to covid or gets it so slightly they are “asymptomatic.” Transmission within households is only sixteen percent, which is strong supporting evidence for widespread high prior immunity. Moreover, in this Tweet and others, Ethical Skeptic has provided abundant evidence that covid may have been circulating as early as 2017, almost certainly well before autumn 2019. All of this evidence contributes to the belief that covid policy has not been based on rigorous science but rather on political considerations, which in this case must necessarily be nefarious. I leave it up to readers to decide if the motive was “simply” to unseat Trump or something even worse.