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Current News on Covid-19
Editor’s Note: These are excerpts from The New York Times Morning newsletter dated Aug. 4, 2021. In blue, we offer our thoughts.
Do we need booster shots? Here are some answers, with help from The Times’s Apoorva Mandavilli, who has been covering the pandemic.
Scientists aren’t in agreement about whether we need boosters.
Preventing infections isn’t the primary aim of the vaccines, Apoorva explains, even though they protect against that as well. “They were designed to prevent hospitalization and death,” she says, “and they’re doing that very well.”
At the moment, Apoorva told me, the only people who seem to need extra shots are those who are immunocompromised. In the U.S., that is 3 to 5 percent of the population, some of whom will not produce a strong immune response from a vaccine.
The cause of immunocompromised can be explained by this peer-reviewed study: “Endogenous Deficiency of Glutathione as the Most Likely Cause of Serious Manifestations and Death in COVID-19 Patients”. Glutathione (GSH) is also important for the production of antibodies.
A lot of scientists believe that shots should first go to unvaccinated people in poor countries — including health care workers and older people — rather than giving boosters to people who are unlikely to get very sick. Sending shots abroad has humanitarian benefits, Apoorva explains, but also scientific ones: If fewer people around the globe get the virus, it makes it harder for new variants to evolve.
Pfizer, which is a for-profit company, has been making its own case for booster shots. Last month, the company reported that the power of its two-dose vaccine wanes slightly over time, but continues to offer lasting protection against serious disease. “It’s in their interest to say third doses are required,” Apoorva says.
It’s also more profitable to sell vaccine doses to countries like the U.S., which pay more money for the shots than poorer countries could. Pfizer and Moderna both recently increased the price of their vaccines in new contracts with the E.U. The price of the vaccine for the about 35 million Covid-19 Survivors who have natural antibodies is almost $1 billion.
“I see it on social media all the time: people saying, ‘I was worried so I just went to the CVS and so far the evidence tells us it is not necessary.”
The evidence would be the antibody tests that have as high as 99.6% specificity.
As there is uncertainty on the duration of the efficacy of vaccines and the antibodies of Covid-19 Survivors, antibody testing appears to be the only logical method of determining the level of protection. It is endogenous glutathione enhancement that will prevent serious manifestations and death in Covid-19 patients and increase the production of antibodies.
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