DR. HEMMATI: There is a lot of data that remains to be seen. There’s always a chance that this is much more infectious, much more deadly than what we have heard about so far. Finora, we have just a trickle of reports coming out of South Africa. But hypothetically, if this doesn’t cause significant disease or any real major disease whatsoever and happens to, on the flip side, to be highly infectious such that everybody gets it – imagine lots and lots of people, including currently vaccinated people get it and it’s impossible to avoid.
All'improvviso, you can have a scenario where you have a large subset of the population, if not the entire population, who has gotten a mild version or even no version of the disease, but has developed antibodies and has resistance such that if there ever, later on, comes a more deadly variant, you’re protected.
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