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More than 90% of individuals who have been infected with Covid-19 may be protected from reinfections for an extended period. More than 90% of individuals who have been infected with Covid-19 may be protected from reinfections for an extended period.

Coronavirus Immunity May Last Years, Possibly Even Decades, Study Suggests

Blood samples from recovered patients suggest a powerful, long-lasting immune response, researchers reported.Blood samples from recovered patients suggest a powerful, long-lasting immune response, researchers reported.

An encouraging new study conducted by several leading labs, including the La Jolla Institute of Immunology, found that most people who have recovered from a coronavirus infection within the last eight months likely have enough immune cells to fight off serious reinfections, The New York Times reports.WhileAn encouraging new study conducted by several leading labs, including the La Jolla Institute of Immunology, found that most people who have recovered from a coronavirus infection within the last eight months likely have enough immune cells to fight off serious reinfections, The New York Times reports.While

Coronavirus immunity could 'last for years,' new study suggests

The promising research comes on the heels of the news of two vaccines with potentially remarkable effective rates — all of which combine to offer significant hope to beat back the pandemic, experts say.Once a person develops immunity against COVID-19, it could last for years, a new study suggests. The promising research comes on the heels of the news of two vaccines with potentially remarkable

Immunization against COVID-19 could last years, study claims