Due to strong interest in our COVID‑19 research, we are putting up this temporary page with relevant information.


Our Research

Epidemiological associations suggest the MMR vaccine could possibly offer protection from COVID‑19. If this proves to be the case, it could explain why young people, most of whom have had MMR, as well as people of all ages from highly-vaccinated populations like Hong Kong, rarely die from COVID‑19. Hong Kong has had only four COVID‑19 deaths compared to over 20,000 deaths in New York City.

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After World Organization published its first epidemiological report about the MMR vaccine and COVID‑19 by Jeffey E. Gold and Larry P. Tilley, D.V.M., researchers from countries around the world began publishing additional findings on this subject.

  • News media (video)
    Measles Mumps and Rubella Vaccine May Protect Some People from COVID-19 WATCH VIDEO
  • Research
    Why experts think the MMR jab may save adults from Covid: Childhood vaccine at heart of dramatic new trial READ NEWS
  • Research
    Young et al. Homologous protein domains in SARS-CoV-2 and measles, mumps and rubella viruses: preliminary evidence that MMR vaccine might provide protection against COVID-19. medRxiv, doi: 10.1101/2020.04.10.20053207 VIEW STUDY