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Immunity to Coronavirus: Why It's so Complicated

Immunity to Coronavirus: Why It's so Complicated

Update: 2020-06-01
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While unrest continues across the country, concerns about the coronavirus pandemic still remain. We are still waiting for a treatment or vaccine, but there’s also some uncertainty to immunity for those that have had the disease and recovered. We still don’t know for how long someone might be protected from COVID-19 after they have gotten it. And in your body, it’s not just antibodies that are fighting the virus, B cells and T cells also help fight illnesses after antibodies have disappeared. Katherine Wu, science reporter at Smithsonian Magazine, joins us for why immunity to the coronavirus is so complicated.

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Immunity to Coronavirus: Why It's so Complicated

Immunity to Coronavirus: Why It's so Complicated

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