Corona: One dose of the cholera vaccine is enough to defeat the plague, research says
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – One dose of antibiotics is enough to defeat the world’s coronavirus coronavirus. The second dose has no significant benefits.
This is the result of a study conducted in the United States. The findings are published in the medical journal Science Immunology.
Research from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine states that a single dose of the vaccine has been shown to be sufficient for effective antibodies to those who defeat COD19.
Research has shown that in people who have never been exposed to code 19, the immune response is activated only after two doses of the vaccine.
The medical research involved people using mRNA vaccines and aimed to tailor future vaccine use strategies.
Research has shown that the memory B cell response after vaccination in people with the first disease differs from those who are protected by Code 19.