Does anybody else remember, early in the Covid crisis, it was suggested that most children were essentially immune because they had been freshly exposed to a portfolio of Covid-family-of-virus as they counted coup on the fifty-or-so colds the typical snot-nosed kid gets before age 8?
Has anybody successfully explained why women tend to be less harmfully impacted by Covid-19 then men are. Yes, I heard that men have more dangly-bits that might (or might not) be attractive to Covid-19. The last time I looked, most women also had dangly-bits, just located a bit north and west of men's dangly-bits.
One very weird thing about this virus is that it purely monkey-hammers some people but leaves others almost un-touched.
I would dearly love to see Big-Data tease out if recent exposure to snot-nosed kids confers any advantage. They could look at rates, mortality and morbidity of daycare workers and lower elementary school teachers.
The problem from a Pharma standpoint, is that spending time with younger children is not something they can put a meter on and create profit.