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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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.