Sorry. I'm not sure what I was thinking when I wrote that. I'm probably remembering another study from the Cleveland Clinic. I've seen so many studies they all begin to run together after a while.I'm unsure where in the world you are getting that.
If you merely scrolled down you'd see that Day 0 of the study was DECEMBER of 2020, EIGHT MONTHS after March 2020. The data were collected for 150 days IIRC, through May 2021.
Keep looking for the truth. It's all we can do. It could be we are simply outsmarting ourselves, but the threat presented by this virus is different from any I know about.So where you got this 'done in March 2020' is rather mindboggling (especially as it is a study about vaccination, which had not even begun in March 2020??????)
It's heightened for both, above normal adverse effects.
Y'all can keep your vaccine. I don't need it, I have a functioning immune system that has memory cells (people who had SARS 17 years ago, their memory cells found covid to be similar enough that they produce effective antibodies against it. 17 years after an infection by a cousin of covid - there's zero evidence of immunity disappearing, and plenty of evidence it will be here for YEARS). Not worth the risks to get essentially no benefit (and possible detriment). My doctor concurs, especially after I showed him the T-cell study.