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    female from anytown, Anywhere, United States
    Joined dxpnet on February 23, 2013.
    I agree, a small percentage have had blood clots or have died as well. There are millions who still haven't gotten the vaccine or the virus. I'm curious of the effects of people who carry the antibodies and the people who get the vaccine as well. How effective this will be together. They are currently working on a new anti body drug, since they have come to the conclusion that some people carry the anti bodies for up to a year after they've caught Covid.

    COVID-19 antibodies still detectable at 12 months

    Some COVID-19 survivors infected early in the pandemic still have detectable antibodies against the virus a year later, according to a new study. U.S. doctors collected blood samples from 250 patients, including 58 who had been hospitalized for COVID-19 and 192 who had not required hospitalization. Six-to-10 months after diagnosis, all of the former inpatients and 95% of the outpatients still had neutralizing antibodies, according to a report posted on Sunday on medRxiv ahead of peer review.