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(Guardian)   Old & busted: dating while herpes positive. New hotness: dating, working, traveling while COVID-19 antibody positive   (theguardian.com) divider line
    More: Giggity, Antibody, Immune system, Vaccination, Immunity, Immunology, haves of immunity, Anxiety, World Health Organization  
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2020-06-10 10:36:04 PM  
"Immunity passport"
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2020-06-10 10:39:19 PM  
Oh look, another stupid farking idea dangled by businessmen as a carrot of hope for prior normalcy.
 
2020-06-10 11:09:30 PM  
Having established antibodies is far better than farking someone while you have an outbreak of herpes. One means that you won't infect anyone, and the other one is, you know, the opposite. Clunky headline submitter.

Also, this is a profoundly stupid phenomenon given the unreliability of antibody tests on the market, and doubly so since we don't know yet about what, if any, immunity is conferred by having already been infected.
 
2020-06-11 11:25:19 AM  

Cagey B: Having established antibodies is far better than farking someone while you have an outbreak of herpes. One means that you won't infect anyone, and the other one is, you know, the opposite. Clunky headline submitter.

Also, this is a profoundly stupid phenomenon given the unreliability of antibody tests on the market, and doubly so since we don't know yet about what, if any, immunity is conferred by having already been infected.


We actually don't know if that's true.
 
2020-06-11 3:22:46 PM  

meanmutton: Cagey B: Having established antibodies is far better than farking someone while you have an outbreak of herpes. One means that you won't infect anyone, and the other one is, you know, the opposite. Clunky headline submitter.

Also, this is a profoundly stupid phenomenon given the unreliability of antibody tests on the market, and doubly so since we don't know yet about what, if any, immunity is conferred by having already been infected.

We actually don't know if that's true.


I think that's what Cagey meant in the second part.
 
2020-06-11 4:22:52 PM  

Bennie Crabtree: meanmutton: Cagey B: Having established antibodies is far better than farking someone while you have an outbreak of herpes. One means that you won't infect anyone, and the other one is, you know, the opposite. Clunky headline submitter.

Also, this is a profoundly stupid phenomenon given the unreliability of antibody tests on the market, and doubly so since we don't know yet about what, if any, immunity is conferred by having already been infected.

We actually don't know if that's true.

I think that's what Cagey meant in the second part.


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