Good news! Monkeys recovered from infection with new coronavirus develop immunity
American researchers have announced that two studies on monkeys may provide some initial scientific evidence that recovering from infection with a new coronavirus can develop immunity to avoid reinfection. This optimistic trait indicates that a new crown vaccine is being developed that may be successful. , These studies have been reviewed. The study does not prove that people will develop immunity, and how long it can last, but such results are still encouraging.
Reuters said good news! The monkeys who recovered after being infected with the new coronavirus developed immunity, and the vaccine was successful.
According to the report, although scientists believe that antibodies produced by the body in response to a new coronavirus have a protective effect, there is little rigorous scientific evidence to support this view. In a recent study, researchers infected nine monkeys with a new coronavirus. After the monkeys recovered, the research team again exposed them to the virus. They found that the monkeys did not have any reproductive diseases.
Dr. Dan Barush of the Center for Virology and Vaccine Research, a subsidiary of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at Harvard Medical School, said the results of the study show that they “actually produce natural immunity to avoid reinfection.” The results of their research were published in the journal Science. Baruch said: “This is very interesting news.”
In a second study, Barush and colleagues tested six vaccine prototypes on 25 monkeys to see if the resulting antibodies are protective.
They then exposed these monkeys and 10 control animals to SARS-CoV-2, the official name of the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. High concentrations of the virus were found in the nose and lungs of all control animals, but among vaccinated animals, according to Barush, “we saw a significant degree of protection”. Eight vaccinated animals were completely protected.
The report said that these studies were peer-reviewed, and studies have not proved that people will create immunity, and how long it can last, but such results are still encouraging.
Trump said he would stop taking hydroxychloroquine tomorrow
US President Trump said his treatment with the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine to prevent new coronavirus infection will end the next day or two. The news did not discuss whether Trump was taking the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine to prevent a new coronavirus infection and whether there were any side effects.
According to Reuters, Trump said his treatment with hydroxychloroquine to prevent new coronavirus infection will end in the next day or two.
US President Trump said on Wednesday that his treatment with the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine to prevent infection with a new coronavirus will end in the next day or two.
According to Trump’s disclosure this week, he took hydroxychloroquine to prevent infection with a new coronavirus infection, although medical experts warned that the drug would cause serious potential side effects and questioned its effectiveness in preventing new coronavirus viral infection.
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