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Jack Pattie Show With Dr. Kevin Kavanagh, MD
Sept. 27
, 2021


COVID-19: Boosters, Vaccines, Monoclonal Antibodies & Schools
Dr. Kevin Kavanagh from Health Watch USAsm discusses the need for Pfizer boosters and recaps on last Friday's show where Dr. Sebastian Hoehl from Germany stressed that schools require surgical grade masks and if unvaccinated, testing three times a week. Masks work, remember the particle size being filtered is between 10 to 100 microns and are small droplets which aerosolize. They are not the dry particle measured by electron microscopy. The FDA has approved boosters for the Pfizer vaccine, Moderna is probably soon to follow. The immunity induced by Moderna is holding up better. Moderna spaced the first and second doses out by 4 weeks and has over three times the mRNA in it compared to Pfizer. The three doses may become the vaccine schedule for the coronavirus vaccination. Most vaccines, including polio, Hepatitis B, Tetanus, H. Flu, etc., all require 3 or 4 doses. The use of monoclonal antibodies is also encouraged. Of the four available monoclonal antibodies, three, plus the cocktails are effective against the Delta. However, they may not be effective with the immune escape variants of Gamma, Beta, and Delta Plus. Vaccines produce a myriad of different types of antibodies and are much better for infections by future variants. Finally, the supply of monoclonal antibodies is limited and they must be given soon after diagnosis to be effective. (8:31) Jack Pattie Show. Sept 27, 2021.  

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