How well is our vaccine immunity holding up against COVID-19?

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Now that most U.S. cities and states have dropped masking requirements and other precautions against COVID-19, you may be wondering about your chances of getting infected or, worse, being hospitalized or dying if you happen to get sick.


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Researchers have been digging into that question, and in general, what they’ve found is that for people who are considered up to date on their COVID-19 vaccines — that means getting a booster when it’s recommended — protection against illness drops off over three or four months after your last dose, but protection against hospitalization and death remains high.

Here’s why: Antibodies — the front-line defenders of the immune system — gradually drop off after an infection or vaccination. Over a few months, they fade away, and that’s normal. But it leaves your body open to another viral invasion.

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Chuck comes from a lineage of journalism. He has written for some of the webs most popular news sites. He enjoys spending time outdoors, bull riding, and collecting old vinyl records. Roll Tide!