- Apr 23, 2017
- Reaction score
- New Mexico
That's highly variable. Peoples reaction can be based both on their physiology, and on the actual viral load they received. You might have had a very low infection, which wouldn't produce as much of a protective reaction as the vaccine. While people exposed to a much higher viral load might be the one's taking longer to recover, experience worse symptoms, and even require hospitalization.The vaccine immunity does NOT give you a better immunity from infection.
Never has vaccine immunity been more effective than recovery immunity.
Your immune response has NOTHING at all to do with actual viral load.
It is ONLY with vaccines where may need a booster.
That is because when you are actually infected, there are millions of the full virus and your body can't help but identify and store their identifying markers.
In comparison, a vaccine is tiny. It is the vaccine your body could easily have ignored or not known what to do with, because it is not growing in your body, no cells are sending out exosome warnings, and it does not stay in the body long.