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Covid-19 Vaccines or Infections: Which Provides Stronger Immunity?

Evidence is building that immunity from Covid-19 infection is at least as strong as that from vaccination. The role of immunity from infection has gained fresh significance amid the controversy over vaccine mandates.

Vaccines typically give rise to a stronger antibody response than infection, which might make them better at fending off the virus in the short term. Infection triggers a response that evolves over time, possibly making it more robust in the long term.

Read the entire article in The Wall Street Journal

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