Then what makes the difference between vaccinated and unvaccinated?
By the time they’re diagnosed, fully vaccinated people carry a large nasal load of the Delta variant (that’s known to replicate rapidly). This conclusion comes after the studies made by Sixto Leal, who is directing the medical microbiology department at UAB hospitals.
Although vaccinates are great at generating blood-borne antibodies (that’s basically their purpose), they don’t do so well at generating a specific form of antibody that occupies the lining of the nose and the throat.
But the main difference between the fully vaccinated people and the unvaccinated comes in next. In those who are fully vaccinated, the replication of the virus immediately alerts the immune system to send those blood-borne antibodies and fight it off.
There’s also a study made by some scientists in Singapore that shows how the vaccinated and unvaccinated patients had similar viral loads when diagnosed, but in those fully vaccinated the loads declined rapidly.
Finally, how long will we have to live with this new Delta Variant…..