Worrying! Corona is growing but immunity is low, research has shown Coronavirus-latest-news

There is also a question in people’s minds as to how long the body’s natural immunity to corona resistance lasts. About 20 to 30 percent of the total infected people lose this natural immunity after 6 months.

New Delhi April 11: The number of coronavirus patients in the country is increasing day by day. In many cities, the situation seems to be getting out of hand. Meanwhile, the Covid 19 Vaccine campaign is being stepped up to control the number of patients. In the meantime, the question arises as to how long the body’s natural immunity to coronary resistance lasts.

A study by the Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology (IGIB) claims that natural immunity against the corona virus lasts for at least 6 to 7 months. But, 20 to 30 percent of the total infected people have lost this natural immunity after 6 months.

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IGIB Director Dr. Anurag Agarwal said in a tweet, ‘Studies have found that 20 to 30 per cent of people’s bodies are starting to lose their ability to resist the virus. Dr. Agarwal says the six-month study has been useful in finding out why corona is spreading in cities like Mumbai, despite the presence of seropositivity.

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This research is very important, because it is the only way to know how long the second wave of corona will last in the country. This shows the importance of vaccination. The search is still on. However, at present there are many vaccines that are considered important to fight corona and prevent death.

Researchers say the findings will help people in cities like Delhi and Mumbai understand why more cases are occurring in spite of high seropositivity in the body. IGIB’s senior scientist Dr. “In September, we conducted a CIRO survey in CSIR’s lab,” said Shantanu Sen Gupta. It found antibodies in the body of only ten percent of people to fight the virus. We monitored and investigated this for three to six months.

Published by:Kiran Pharate

First published:April 11, 2021, 9:13 AM IST


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