Vaccination protects against variants of the coronavirus

Two recent studies show that the antibodies generated by COVID-19 vaccines retain the ability to neutralize the coronavirus variants that have appeared in recent months. On the other hand, it is observed that the accumulation of mutations by the virus tends to decrease this neutralization, which suggests that a periodic update of the vaccines could possibly be necessary to avoid a loss of clinical activity. Download the column

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