More research is needed but if this study findings hold up we have a game changer.
“We found a statistically significant inverse correlation between mumps titer levels and COVID-19 severity in people under age 42 who have had MMR II vaccinations,” said lead study author Jeffrey E. Gold, president of World Organization, in Watkinsville, Georgia. “This adds to other associations demonstrating that the MMR vaccine may be protective against COVID-19. It also may explain why children have a much lower COVID-19 case rate than adults, as well as a much lower death rate. The majority of children get their first MMR vaccination around 12 to 15 months of age and a second one from 4 to 6 years of age.”American Society for Microbiology. “MMR vaccine could protect against COVID-19, study shows.” ScienceDaily. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/11/201120091157.htm (accessed November 22, 2020).
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Interesting. I never had an MMR vaccine nor have I ever had the mumps.