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Pfizer & Moderna vaccines may provide years of COVID protection

According to a recent study published in Journal Nature, the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines may provide a protection from COVID that could last for years. This is disappointing news to health bureaucrats and politicians wanting to extend masks and lockdowns indefinitely. READ: The ‘Masks Forever’ Crowd Is Real. Here’s What They Want

Fox News states that these two vaccines were developed using mRNA technology that “teaches cells how to make a protein that triggers an immune response” to COVID.

The immunology researchers from St Louis’ Washington University came to this conclusion after studying the lymph nodes of people that received their second shot of the vaccines.

The researchers found that 12 weeks after receiving their last shot, their germinal center (GC) B cells were still very active indicating they were ‘poised’ to manufacture antibodies to fight off any COVID infection.

The finding suggested that these two vaccines were producing what they described as a ‘durable’ immunity to COVID.

In an earlier study, the same group of researchers noted that people who had previously experienced a mild case of COVID were still immune from the virus at least a year after contracting the disease as their COVID antibody producing cells were now embedded in their bone marrow.

READ: Protection from Pfizer, Moderna COVID-19 vaccines may last for years, study finds

For those who are curious, I have had my second shot of Pfizer.

Of course, there are some concerns being expressed about the mRNA vaccines that are experimental, including Dr. Malone who helped invent the mRNA technology. He was recently interviewed by Roy Greene:

RELATED: Countries that relied on Chinese vaccines see renewed COVID-19 surges

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