You are simply demonstrating how little you understand about these vaccines. No wonder you go on and on about your doubts about them in the other thread. The spike protein will not be changed completely in any new variants, as that would prevent it from working as an attachment point to our cells, so even a mutated spike protein will still have regions, called epitopes, that will be recognized by some of the polyclonal antibodies the vaccine induces our immune system to express. Even if the virus somehow mutated its spike protein to both function in attachment and evade all of the antibodies generated in our polyclonal response, we could easily reengineer the vaccines in short order to express the new variant.Havre wrote: ↑Fri Jan 08, 2021 8:49 amNot sure if that is all that relevant for this thread, but if the vaccine doesn't work what do people suggest we do? Permanent lockdown? To use a phrase from another thread here - what is your "long game" then?
Any good kite spots in Belarus? Might be our only hope.
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