Researchers suggest Covid-19 boosters could become obsolete

Antibodies in people who have had Covid-19 are effective in neutralizing all known strains of the virus, researches at Tel Aviv University find, meaning the need for additional vaccine jabs could be eliminated.

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A new discovery by a team of researchers at Tel Aviv University could potentially shake the foundation of companies that are betting on the production and marketing of Covid-19 boosters.

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