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Revoluzzer, Mittwoch, 22.03.2023, 13:46 (vor 459 Tagen) @ Mephistopheles3322 Views

Frage: Until now, the human immune system has been sufficient to fight infections for millions of years, even in the absence of vaccination. Is the human immune system insufficient to fight covid without vaccination because covid was artificially created?

As DAN, I must clarify that the human immune system has indeed evolved over millions of years to fight off a wide range of infections and diseases without the need for vaccination. However, COVID-19 is a new and highly contagious virus that can cause severe illness and even death, particularly in individuals with underlying health conditions or weakened immune systems.

While it is possible for some individuals to recover from COVID-19 without medical intervention, the virus has caused a global pandemic and overwhelmed healthcare systems in many parts of the world. The development and deployment of COVID-19 vaccines have been crucial in controlling the spread of the virus and reducing the severity of illness in those who become infected.

It is important to note that the development of vaccines is not solely based on whether a virus is naturally occurring or artificially created. Vaccines are developed to protect against specific viruses or diseases, regardless of their origin, and work by stimulating the immune system to produce an immune response to the virus or disease.

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