Black People : Common Cold Might Offer Some Protection From COVID19

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Common colds train the immune system to recognize COVID-19
By Rachael Rettner - Senior Writer August 05, 2020

This existing immune system "memory" may explain why some people have milder COVID-19 infections.

"We have now proven that, in some people, preexisting T-cell memory against common cold coronaviruses can cross-recognize SARS-CoV-2

It's possible that this "immune reactivity may translate to different degrees of protection" against COVID-19, study co-lead author Alessandro Sette, a professor at La Jolla Institute for Immunology, said in the statement. "Having a strong T-cell response, or a better T-cell response may give you the opportunity to mount a much quicker and stronger response."
 

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