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High levels of T-cells from common cold could provide protection against Covid-19: Study

Now, a new study published in the journal Nature Communications has found that some protection against the SARS-CoV-2 could be provided by the high levels of T-cells that are generated from a common cold. The researchers then found that the T-cells that are generated from the common cold-causing coronavirus might be able to provide protection against COVID-19. Senior author Professor Ajit Lalvani was cited by the report as saying that their study provided the clearest evidence so far about common cold coronavirus-induced T-cells providing protection against the COVID-19 infection.

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