A study carried out by the University of Colorado and available in preprint form on MedRxiv Evidence for Aerosol Transfer of SARS-CoV2-specific Humoral Immunity demonstrates the aerosol transfer of antibodies to COVID-19.
TrialSite has reported on the controversial topic of self-spreading vaccines, which could be employed to curb future pandemics. The new study suggests that the COVID-19 vaccines currently in use can be self-shedding.
The new study focuses on the concept that the way viruses can be transferred through respiration, likewise, the SARS-CoV-2-specific antibodies can also be transferred from vaccinated hosts to the unvaccinated ones. The nasal cavities and saliva of people who get protein- or mRNA-based Covid-19 vaccines contain IgA and IgG antibodies.
To conduct the study, researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus School of Medicine, collected serum samples from first responder adults in Arapahoe County, Colorado, which included the vaccinated lab workers. The face masks were donated by these lab workers at the end of a workday.
Nasal swabs were also collected from children and their parents attending vaccine appointments, not limited to COVID-19 vaccination, at the Colorado Tricountry vaccine center in Aurora. Moreover, samples from those children were also obtained whose family members had different levels of SARS-CoV-2-specific immunity.
A bioanalytical method for the detection of antibodies called flow cytometry-based Multiplex Microsphere Immunoassay (MMIA) was performed in the same way as previously done to elute antibodies from rehydrated dried blood spots (DBS). This allows the biomolecules – in this case, antibodies – to be quantified.
SARS-CoV-2-specific antibodies were extracted from surgical face masks of the vaccinated lab workers.
This confirmed that antibodies are released in the breath of vaccinated people, and led to the hypothesis that passive immunity can be transferred among individuals through respiratory droplets or aerosols, similar to viral transmission.
This hypothesis was strengthened when SARS-CoV-2-specific IgG and IgA antibodies were identified in nasal swabs collected from unvaccinated children whose parents were vaccinated. There was also a positive relationship in the amount of these antibodies between parents and children.
The study demonstrated that
vaccinated individuals release aerosolized antibodies in their breath, and also that antibodies related to vaccines can be identified in children who have not received the vaccine.
The study claims that this process of antibody transfer can help in providing immunity to a number of people to overcome future pandemics. However, the
ethical issues related to vaccine shedding, such as medical consent and the possibility of adverse reactions, are still unaddressed.
The Academic Enrichment Funds sponsored the study. Funds were not provided through any other grant or agency.
About those unusual cases of hepatitis/liver damage in children appearing globally. There has been speculation it is the global covid jab mania contributing to this. It’s very possible!
Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver, often caused by a viral infection and generally rare in healthy children.
Recall these two previous reports regarding liver damage and the jab. Documented.