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This is all very confusing to the public. For instance why vaccinate someone who may have the anti bodies from an asymptomatic infection. Would you suggest a blood test before giving the COVID 19 immunization shot(s)

Fred, I think if someone has reason to believe they might have been exposed, it would not be unreasonable to do an antibody test. A positive test (or previous illness) would obviate the need to be vaccinated. But as Cooper/Cohen have demonstrated, the left and the institutional entities demanding vaccination might not be satisfied with that.

One other point. A simple runny nose or a short-lived cough some might attribute to allergies could be a mild infection. Think about how many people experience this.

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