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A study with the original COVID-19 virus showed that vaccination after infection produces roughly 100 times more antibodies than infection alone.

COVID-19 vaccines offer a safe and reliable path to immunity against both the older strains of coronavirus and against emerging strains, especially the new Delta variant. Read more»

According to guidance by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people who’ve already had COVID-19 should be vaccinated anyway because 'experts do not yet know how long' they are protected from getting sick again.

Contrary to recent viral posts, there is no evidence that vaccines could cause harm to people who already have been infected with SARS-CoV-2 or have become ill with the disease COVID-19 and recent studies show the vaccine gives an important immunity boost to those previously infected and suggest that one dose might be enough. Read more»