The quote in the report, that the Israeli study didn’t take into account the amount of time since vaccination, is a very valid one. The waning efficacy seems evident in both. I was struck by the rapidity of re infection in 2020 of some of those who had had Covid prior --3 months, easily.
A question I often get is “isn’t Covid infection better than the shot.” The misunderstanding appears to be that adding a shot would take away that immunity. It appears to be clear that a booster is a good idea, whether we’ve had the infection or a vaccine in the past.
I got my booster this past Wednesday. I had the next day as a study day only–did not get ill till that night, and that only lasted a few hours. I had the Moderna. We are looking forward to vaccinating our younger kids (our 13 year old has already had the vaccine). Thanks.