Covid Warrior concept supported by research
Some time back there was a survey in our circle about issuing id cards to covid recovered individuals which hasnt been implemented by Govt. http://bit.ly/covidrecovered-certificate
Now there is research saying chances of reinfection are very low and blood samples from recovered patients is suggesting a powerful, long-lasting immune response.
Eight months after infection, most people who have recovered still have enough immune cells to fend off the virus and prevent illness, the new data show. A slow rate of decline in the short term suggests, happily, that these cells may persist in the body for a very, very long time to come.
Attached is the full research report. Pretty exhaustive. more
Thanks. Good and informative. more
If the immunity is still continuing after six months, it is good, but should not be taken it granted. more
Several "thought-models" appear to be developing, as the medical industry gathers experience. Nothing can be finalised until it has been tried and tested. Here, I am reminded of a case of "first" re-infection of a Hong Kong resident, some two months or so ago, who after full recovery had toured some European countries on business and was tested as Covid-positive at the Hong Kong airport itself on return. more
Whatever it may be, until it's incidence further reduces, it is better to take the precautions of proper wearing of mask and hand washing. more
Good information on immunity. Particularly it is invigoraing to know that the immunity has lasted 6 to 7 months. There may be ne questions whether every one recovering from Covid 19, - would be in a healthy frame of Mind and physical condition , - would have the desire to become warrior, - what is the length of period the immunity protection - and to what amount of viral load the immunity will beffective. Based on these the Warrior Cards should be issued. more