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How long does it take to build up Covid antibodies after vaccination? 

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This showed for the first time, that following nasal vaccination, specific antibodies enter the circulation of primed animals via the draining lymphatics as a wave that peaks approximately 5-6 days after vaccination.

Spike-specific and neutralizing antibodies demonstrated dramatic increases following a single vaccination post COVID-19 infection which significantly exceeded values seen with COVID-19 infection alone.

Moreover, it highlights a continued level of circulating neutralising antibodies in most people with confirmed SARS-CoV-2, at least up to five months after infection.

Recovery from COVID-19 is associated with production of anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies, but it is uncertain whether these confer immunity.

Data have shown that after a full primary vaccination course, protective antibody amounts persist beyond 10 years in healthy individuals, and underlying immune memory provides protection far beyond the duration of anti-HAV antibodies.

Both HAV immunisation regimens (0,6 mo and 0,12 mo) induced persistence of vaccine-induced antibodies against HAV for at least 17 y after primary vaccination.

The levels of neutralizing antibodies of first-time vaccinees were similar to those presented by re-vaccinees at day 30 after vaccination, indicating the success of primary vaccination.

This study confirms the long‐term immunogenicity of the three‐dose regimen of the combined hepatitis A and B vaccine, as eliciting long‐term persistence of antibodies and immune memory against hepatitis A and B for up to at least 15 years after a primary vaccination.

However, a temporary moderate increase in measles antibodies occurred in some individuals 2-4 years after vaccination, probably due to a reinfection of vaccinees.

This is the first non-infectious vaccine conferring complete protective immunity up to 8 weeks after vaccination and demonstrates the potential of 'next-generation' DNA vaccines.

However, recent follow-up studies with up to 12 year observation, as well as studies employing mathematical models predict that following primary vaccination, antibodies will persist for at least 25 years.

The isolation and properties of neutralizing monoclonal antibodies from COVID-19 patients provide additional information on what vaccines should try to elicit.

The low levels of antibodies 1-7 years after vaccination against pertussis, rubella and mumps after only one vaccination should be considered when recommending new vaccination schedules.

Our findings show that the protective COVID-19 IgG antibodies rapidly decline over one to three months.