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How Long Immunity Lasts After Having COVID?

By Uncle Coasters | May 31, 2021 Updated: May 31, 2021

A study by Dr. Michel Nussenzweigh, an immunologist at Rockefeller University, may prove natural immunity from COVID lasts a lifetime. The study reveals that immunity against COVID is found through memory B cells within our bone marrow. And, these cells produce antibodies that prevent reinfection and continually evolve to fight off variants.

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Here’s where things get suspicious. Dr. Nussenzweigh claims those who recovered from COVID-19 and received a vaccine won’t need booster shots at all. Yet, vaccinated people that did not develop natural immunity will need boosters. Keep in mind, Dr. Nussenzweigh has a pending patent to SARS-2 monoclonal antibodies.

This means Dr. Nussenzweigh may have financial interests in promoting vaccination. And, it appears the study shows that natural immunity is superior than vaccination. After all, those that developed natural immunity do not need boosters. Yet, those that get immunity from vaccination alone do need them.

What do you think? Does this study prove natural immunity is superior than vaccination? Did this doctor simply squeeze in the suggestion to get vaccinated because he has a financial interest in promoting it? Are compromised actors and media outlets twisting the truth about immunity to pump out more jabs? Sound off below. And become an email subscriber to access our free report Censored COVID Treatments and get breakthrough COVID news.


Mandavilli, A. (2021, May 26). Immunity to the Coronavirus May Persist for Years, Scientists Find – The New York Times. Retrieved from
Gaëlle Breton, Pilar Mendoza, Thomas Hägglöf, Thiago Y. Oliveira, Dennis Schaefer-Babajew, Christian Gaebler, Martina Turroja, Arlene Hurley, Marina Caskey, Michel C. Nussenzweig; Persistent cellular immunity to SARS-CoV-2 infection. J Exp Med 5 April 2021; 218 (4): e20202515. doi:

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