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John Hopkins Webinar on transplant recipients and vaccines

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@kedwards73

I think asking the lab is a good approach.
That said, the report states “ Antibodies against the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein receptor binding domain (RBD) were detected.”
To me, that means you do have antibodies. The result indication says less than 0.80 is negative and you have s lot more than that!
Just my thoughts…
Ken

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@kedwards73 What I found confusing was that they had less than 80 on the same line as my results. I have done some research this morning though and I think that's just the format of their report, confusing as it is. The example I saw on their website had resulted in the 20s with the comment "high". Mine did not have that of course so I wonder just how much protection I have.

Has anyone heard when the Johns Hopkins Zoom will be, after they have deciphered the results when a person has had the second shot? I'm very interested in attending that. I am hoping that they will notify those of us who went to the first zoom. Also, does anyone know how to see the recording of that zoom?
JK