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You are speaking of vaccines like the measles, but this vaccine will be more like the flu, and these antibodies are no longer present after 6 months. But even if antibodies are not present, the immune system now has the prototype in the bone marrow to make them again fast. The reason we have new flu vaccines every year is because the virus mutates, not because immunity through the vaccine or illness does not last. The immunity from this vaccine--same as immunity from antibodies for those who developed them after exposure--will last as long as the virus does not mutate, if the vaccines are deemed effective and safe.First thing you need to test with a vaccine, is how long the antibodies do remain in the blood, which is from 12 to 18 month, we're at the BEGINNING of that phase now. After that, the other tests can begin... the safety ones. We are VERY far away from any save vaccine, and that's not a matter of just months.