Sweden and Switzerland joined Denmark, Norway, Finland, Ireland, The Netherlands, Italy, Lithuania, France and the UK in announcing they will lift COVID restrictions and open up their countries.
Researchers in Tokyo are developing a “dream” COVID-19 vaccine that offers lifetime efficacy, in what would be a game-changer as the fight against the coronavirus drags on into its third year.
At a time when it appears most COVID-19 vaccines will require periodic boosters due to a decline in recipients’ antibody levels, the creation of a vaccine with lifetime efficacy could lead to huge financial savings globally and give the world an upper hand against the coronavirus, which has infected more than 270 million people and claimed more than 5 million lives around the world.
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Two different studies have shown that antibody levels wane within months after receiving Pfizer’s Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine and that infection rates are much higher among vaccinated individuals.
Despite those studies, Pfizer announced on Oct. 7 that it had asked the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to authorize their coronavirus vaccine for use on children five to 11 years old.
Israel study shows immunity wanes two months after vaccination
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