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In short, no. It's not harmful but it won't do anything to prevent or mitigate the current infection. How vaccines work in general is that they train the immune system to respond to an infection so that they are prepared for it. Generally protein component of the virus or an inactivated form of the pathogen is used as a vaccine. The immune system recognises ...


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These studies suggest that young people have stronger reactions to the vaccines than older people. So your hypothesis is contradictory to the studies that we have for the moment: img 1 img 2


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