On average, males produce more of the Covid-19 antibody than females. This has been said by Portuguese researchers. He has also stated that, in 90 percent of patients, antibodies have been found up to seven months after exposure to the SARS-Cove-2 virus.The results, published in the European Journal of Immunology, also suggest that age is not a significant factor in terms of antibody levels, but the severity of the disease.

"Our immune system recognizes SARS-Cove-2 as a harmful virus and then produces antibodies in response, which helps fight the virus," said Mark Valdoven, author of the Medicina Molecular Molecular Molecular João Lobe Antunes in Portugal is."

This research team monitored antibody levels of more than 300 patients and healthcare workers of the Covid-19 hospital and over 200 Covid-19 volunteers who had recovered.

Studies conducted during the last 6 months showed a rapid increase in antibody levels within the initial 3 weeks following the onset of Covid-19 symptoms but subsequently decreased as expected.

"Men produce more antibodies than women at this early stage, but after a few months, both men and women find the same level of antibodies," he said.