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OXFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 04 Professor Andrew Pollard, Director of the Oxford Vaccine Group, and a professor of paediatric infection and immunity receives the Oxford University/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine from nurse Sam Foster at the Churchill Hospital in Oxford as the NHS increases its vaccination programme with 530,000 doses of the newly approved jab available for rollout across the UK on January 4, 2021 in Oxford, England. (Photo by Steve Parsons - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Today Shriner takes a unusaul call from a local listener named Sam. Sam is calling in because he agrees with Shriner on natural immunity. Sam had contracted covid back in February 2020 before it was a global phenomenon, it was very unusual to him, but after a couple of days, he was just fine. When the antibody test was available, he went and got it done. Sam went to look at his B-Cell immunity, which is created after a pathogen comes into your body. Furthermore, Sam repeated this process 9 months later and found he still had the same B-Cell Immunity. On a more recent ski trip, his daughter would also contract Covid, and Sam, who was with his daughter the entire time, even sitting next to her on the plane,  was just fine. The time between the two ski trips was over 13 months.

Fast forward to a recent outing, Sam frequented a local bar in the area, even with all the scares of the Delta variant, feels fine. He claims to have been around over 800 people and feels like a Million Dollars. The crazy part of his story Sam admits he has yet to be vaccinated, adding to his scientific theory of natural immunity. Sam has a more complicated tale on T-Cells, which involves bone marrow but figures it doesn’t hold up to his success with innate immunity. Shriner states he has read a few articles that those with T-Cell immunity have protection from Covid for up to 17 years which Sam says he wants to keep from hinting at.\

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Talk about Tampa’s growth, community, opportunities, and challenges on “Tampa Bay Today” with Shriner Monday from 11 am to 12:30 pm and Tuesday through Friday from 10 am to 12:30 pm on MoneyTalk 1010. Call 888-404-1010 to be a part of the conversation. Shriner would love to hear your take on the topics of the day, news, politics, business, the economy, and more… without becoming angry or depressed. We know that could be asking a lot!

 

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