It is very difficult to say that after getting the vaccine, whose body will make more antibodies or which people will be less at risk of getting infected. Know which is this age group. You are reading about Anti-bodies.
The emergence of new variants of the coronavirus is raising questions about the efficacy of vaccines being used to prevent the virus. There have been many cases where the delta and lambda variants of COVID have been found positive even after both doses of the COVID vaccine have been administered. However, the truth is that the vaccine never gives you complete protection from the virus. Yes, vaccines do work by making antibodies in the body, which definitely protect you after the body comes in contact with the virus.
Some vaccines are effective on the variant, while other vaccines do not provide much protection. It is very difficult to say that after getting the vaccine, whose body will make more antibodies or which people will be less at risk of getting infected. Research has revealed that vaccines also work to make antibodies in the body of people of the same age. Let us know which age group it is.
Whose body makes more antibodies?
According to a study published in the American Medical Association Journal, younger people produce more antibodies than the elderly. Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) conducted research in which about 50 people were involved. He took the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine two weeks ago. Explain that these people were divided according to age. After which they were tested for blood serum to check for antibodies developed after coronavirus and vaccine.
From what study?
The findings of the study showed that those who were 20 years of age or older had up to seven times more antibodies than those over 70. The data collected from the study showed that fewer antibodies are produced in the elderly than in the young.
Which people worry the most?
The study’s co-author mentioned that the level of antibody response is lower in the elderly, but vaccination is also necessary. Vaccination is the only way to stay safe and reduce the risk of exposure to the virus. The elderly may take vaccinations to prevent infection, which produces a stronger antibody response. In any case, getting a vaccine is the only way to prevent serious complications from COVID. Vaccination is very important for the elderly because their immune systems are weak and they need more protection.
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