What does research say
A new study, led by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine at St. Louis in St. Louis and published in the journal Nature, showed that even after months of recovering from mild symptoms of a Covid-19 infection. Immune cells are present in people’s bodies, which instruct antibodies in fighting the virus.
The Taj research on SARS-CoV-2 virus also found that such cells can live for a lifetime in a patient infected with Covid. These immune cells make antibodies in the body.
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Antibodies remain in the infected people for more than a year
Research has found that mild COVID cases provide permanent antibodies to infected people and are unlikely to develop recurring infections. Whereas last year’s report stated that antibodies dissipate quickly after infection, which do not last as long as immunity.
While the new study is completely different from the old. New research has revealed that antibodies were found in infected people even after 11 months, which is a long time.
Antibodies protect against viruses by staying in this part of the body
According to the researchers, most antibodies immune cells die in the body after covid infection and meanwhile our blood levels also drop significantly. Despite this, a small population of immune cells that produce these antibody products is always present in the body, which is also called long-lived plasma cells migrate.
These cells go into the bone marrow of our body and settle there. It is from this very place that immune cells produce antibodies and help fight against future virus infections.
There will be no guarantee that infection will not happen again.
However, we also need to understand that once infected with COVID there is no guarantee that we will not be exposed to it again. Since the virus is new and slightly unpredictable, that is, nothing can be said about its systems. Because not one but many new variants come. So you always follow all COVID safety guidelines and do not be negligent.
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