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ART-Quant Antibody Quantifier Upload a photo of your antibody test result to measure how well you are protected from COVID-19
Do you know how well you are protected from COVID-19?
Being vaccinated doesn't necessarily mean you have sufficient antibody to fight against COVID-19. Even after taking two doses of vaccine, some people may not produce enough antibodies. IT ALL DEPENDS ON YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM.
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Check if you are protected from COVID-19 variants, including Omicron, Delta, Alpha and more Monitor your antibody level and be alerted to when your antibody level is low and booster doses may be needed Track post-vaccination increases in antibody levels to see how your immune system reacted to the vaccine
Start By Understanding Viral Load US. President Joe Biden under antiviral medicine care suffers from ‘rebound’ case
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image Each person will have an unique journey to recovery from COVID-19.
Even with world class medical treatment, rebound cases may occur.
Prevention is better than cure 1 in 8 adults experience Long COVID post-infection

Do you know?

The COVID virus can hide in your body and may not be cleared for months after an infection.

Current evidence supports the view that Long COVID is common and can persist for at least 2 years after SARS-CoV-2 infection.
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