Covid antibodies persist more than a year after infection – Finnish study

Despite the robust and long-lasting protection after infection, vaccination requirements against the virus in the United States do not provide exemptions based on acquired immunity.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The immune systems of the vast majority of people who have been infected with the virus continue to carry antibodies to the virus for at least 12 months.

This is according to a respected peer-reviewed study published Septenber 24 in the European Journal of Immunology.

Scientists from the Finnish Institute of Health and Welfare examined the presence of antibodies in 1,292 people eight months after infection. They found that 96 percent of the subjects . . .

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