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Old 16.06.2021, 23:33
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Swiss late to the covid party?

So I'm now fully vaccinated and I get an SMS saying I can sign up for a home-test abo to get home testing kits sent to me each month.

Then I get a letter asking me to participate in a study wanting to explore how immune we are and they offer an anti=body test. Wouldn't being vaccinated show high antibodies? Couldn't it be assumed that vaccinated people have a high level of immunity??

Seems to me that all this is coming about a year too late.
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