[FOOD!!, plants, supplements, pine and cypress trees, safe vaccinations if necessary etc….but the extreme self-confidence that we seem to know precisely what will solve the problem is -in my opinion- pure arrogance. The fact that even doctors have to be informed by newspapers what is happening in Israel is a big shame but in medicine it has always been so since I am in Israel [ more than 40 years]
It is also high time that we demand to know what secrets there are between Pfizer and Israel unless these are army secrets !!?? 20 years or more I understood from the news.
Let us hope that the Jewish axioma: Ha-kol le-Tova [ it is all for the/our best] will be true as always.
Study shows COVID antibody count down months after second jab
Scientists say more research needed to determine if COVID vaccine efficacy reduced mere months after second dose administered, say antibodies are not sole indicator to determine immunity; Israel logs 442 new cases of coronavirus
Sarit Rosenblum|Published: 03.31.21 , 11:09A Sheba Medical Center study published on Tuesday showed that the number of antibodies in people who received both doses of the coronavirus vaccine drop dramatically less than three months after the second dose was administered.Follow Ynetnews on Facebook and TwitterResearchers said they were still looking into whether immunity from the virus continues despite the drop in antibodies.
Professor Galia Rahav, head of the Infectious Disease Unit and Laboratories at Sheba, said that more testing was needed to determine whether the vaccine’s efficacy is compromised after only a few months. A participant in the study said his antibodies dipped by one-third just one month after he received his second shot. A month later, my antibody count was only one-third of the amount measured after right the second vaccine and I know other participants in the study showed similar results,” he said.”I still have the minimum amount of antibodies needed to give me immunity from the virus but I am worried that will not be the case one month down the road,” he said.