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COVID-19 Public Immunity Could Only Last a Few Months

Fewer than five percent of adults had coronavirus antibodies, scientists said in a UK study which suggests that any virus immunity would wane quite rapidly, leading to a greater risk of reinfection. Plus, nearly 500,000 Americans tested positive in the last week, Eli Lilly halts its antibody drug testing, Pfizer delays release of its COVID-19 vaccine data, and the virus could cause cognitive decline in some patients.

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COVID-19 Public Immunity Could Only Last a Few Months

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    COVID-19: Public immunity “waning quite rapidly” as fewer than 5 per cent have antibodies
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    COVID-19: Public immunity “waning quite rapidly” as fewer than 5 per cent have antibodies

    Scientists have found that coronavirus immunity could only last a few months after a study revealed a decline in protective antibodies. Research by …

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