The famous Russian immunologist Professor Alexander Polevshchikov dispelled the prevailing myth of revaccination.
The professor argues that revaccination is especially necessary for people with strong immunity. Paradox? Not at all. The first and second vaccinations are not able to “spur” the immune system, to increase its tension, the immunologist says MK…
Any infectious disease, as a rule, people with strong immunity tolerate hard, but the body quickly “straightens out” the disease, and they recover faster. In the case of coronavirus, immunity already works against them, so such people should be vaccinated and revaccinated first.
The expert thus dispelled the popular myth that vaccination against COVID-19 seriously affects the immune system. The professor argues that it is impossible to measure the “strengthening” or “tension” of a person’s immunity. The immune system “grinds millions of antigens” per day. So she is absolutely indifferent to what kind of virus enters the body – it always works.
The professor also clarified that immunology is a relatively young science, and has far from complete information about the immune system.
Not so long ago, a group of scientists from the United States and other countries argued that a massive revaccination against COVID-19 was not needed. Their research proved that vaccines approved for use in the United States are still highly effective. It can weaken over time against mild forms of the disease, while protection against severe course of coronavirus remains. The data obtained by scientists indicate that there is no need to introduce additional vaccine boosters.
And Alexey Moskalev, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Chief Researcher of the Russian Gerontological Research and Clinical Center and a member of the scientific council of the Atlas clinic, says:
“Most likely, revaccination against covid will become the same routine as the annual revaccination against influenza. “.