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Study: Immunity To COVID-19 May Only Last A Few Months

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Study: Immunity To COVID-19 May Only Last A Few Months

Study: Immunity To COVID-19 May Only Last A Few Months

British researchers say that after people are infected with the novel coronavirus COVID-19, their natural immunity to it could decline within months.

According to CNN, a new paper suggests that antibody responses may start to decline 20 to 30 days after COVID-19 symptoms appear.

However, the paper has not yet been published in a peer-reviewed medical journal.

Antibodies are the proteins the body makes to fight infection.

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