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What is acquired immunity? 

Acquired immunity is immunity you develop over your lifetime.
It can come from:
a vaccine
exposure to an infection or disease…..
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Such as COVID 19

“NOT HERD IMMUNITY BUT “CROWD COVER” or “GROUP IMMUNITY”

MAKING TWO DOSE VACCINATION OF 50% OF THE COMMUNITY UNNECESSARY

BECAUSE THE INFECTED HAD AN ACQUIRED IMMUNITY.

ITS CHEAPER TO TEST FOR AN IMMUNITY THAN GIVE TWO DOSES OF A VACCINE

( WHICH ISN’T FOOL PROOF IN ANY CASE)

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…..another person’s antibodies (infection-fighting immune cells)
When pathogens (germs) are introduced into your body from a vaccine or a disease, your body learns to target those germs in the future by making new antibodies.
Antibodies from another person can also help your body fight an infection – but this type of immunity is temporary.
Acquired immunity is different than innate immunity, which you’re born with. Your innate immune system doesn’t fight specific germs.
Instead, it protects against all germs, like bacteria and viruses, by trying to keep them from entering your body. Your innate immune system includes things such as:
your cough reflex
stomach acid
your skin and its enzymes
mucus
If pathogens get through the barriers in your innate immune system, specific antibodies in the rest of your immune system need to mobilize to fight them off.

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