posted ago by CanadianRighty ago by CanadianRighty +5 / -4

If an unvaccinated person has antibodies to covid should they be treated the same as an unvaccinated person who doesn't have antibodies?

Who has been "trusting the science" regarding the vaxpasses- the countries that recognize natural immunity or the ones that don't?

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tuchodi -5 points ago +1 / -6

If an unvaccinated person has antibodies to covid should they be treated the same as an unvaccinated person who doesn't have antibodies?

Are you talking about the tennis player who was using surviving covid as the same as being vaccinated? I understand he got past one block but is currently facing another. Time will tell, I guess.

Or is it something else?

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CanadianRighty [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

incapable of answering simple question per usual

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tuchodi -4 points ago +1 / -5

If an unvaccinated person has antibodies to covid should they be treated the same as an unvaccinated person who doesn't have antibodies?

Ask a qualified professional. I can't imagine not agreeing with them.

natural immunity

Natural immunity comes from surviving covid as far as I know. And to the best of my knowledge countries agree that people who have had covid and lived should get vaccinated.

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Bannonmeharder 1 point ago +1 / -0

Tuchodi weeps for his narrative has crumbled and he is now looking like a dumb Nazi.