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B.1.351

Coronavirus Reinfection

This is Dr. Fauci’s most important coronavirus warning right now

February 2nd, 2021

Dr. Anthony Fauci warned that the South African coronavirus mutation (B.1.351) poses a risk of reinfection to people who have already had COVID-19. The more infectious variant can evade neutralizing antibodies and lead to reinfection. Vaccine efficacy may also be impacted. Fauci explained that speeding up the vaccination campaign can provide additional protection, even against …

Coronavirus Mutation

Coronavirus vaccines and mutations: New studies deliver good and bad news

January 21st, 2021

The UK and South African coronavirus mutations are spreading rapidly, fueling record surges in the two nations. The two strains are more infectious than other variants and have reached many other countries, with researchers and health officials worrying about their potential impact on vaccines. A new study shows that the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine can neutralize the …

Coronavirus Reinfection

COVID-19 antibodies may not protect us from the South African variant

January 20th, 2021

South Africa’s public health agency confirmed that the B.1.351 (501.V2) coronavirus mutation that was detected in mid-December could evade the action of neutralizing antibodies developed after COVID-19. According to the agency, half of the blood samples tested against the strain showed that all neutralizing activity was lost. In the other half, the levels of antibodies …