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How adult vaccination will affect children’s immunity

According to him, based on knowledge of theory and practical experience, Russian experts have proposed a hypothesis according to which the number of children from 1 to 17 years old has a higher seroprevalence – the number of persons with antibodies in the population. Presumably, the number of children who are seropositive for coronavirus – carriers of the virus from which others become infected – is decreasing in the vaccinated population.

“We can already see from the results of a population study that children stand apart: they tolerate COVID-19 more easily, often without symptoms at all. We also noticed that children aged from one to 17 years in most of the surveyed territories in our country have a higher seroprevalence to SARS-CoV-2. The last two stages are especially interesting, when there is an active vaccination of adults, but it does not concern children yet, ”Totolyan noted.

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