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Research Sheds Light on Protections Against COVID-19 Variant Infections

March 14, 2023


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<5 mins
Presented by Health Lab

For a moment, it felt like a new COVID-19 variant was running rampant every month, leaving researchers struggling for answers and reprieve. While boosters were developed for added protection, researchers found that those infected with the original COVID-19 strain and immunized were better protected against variants. Charles Schuler, M.D., assistant professor of Internal Medicine, discusses “natural immunity” and its essential role against COVID-19 infections.

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