Everybody’s different, so what might get the job done for the vast majority of people may not work for others. Such as it is with the group of approved COVID-19 vaccines. People already in a compromised situation because of autoimmune disorders can find COVID antibody testing could show them coming up short.

“I’ve taken the COVID shots — it was March, into April — and then my doctor said, as a check (on the effectiveness), he wanted to check my antibodies,” Brazoria County resident Linda Allen said. “Well, I have no protection — the COVID shots gave me no protection at all.”

Wes Wolfe is a reporter for The Facts. Contact him at 979-237-0152.

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