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As President Trump claims that he is immune to COVID-19 and isolated reports emerge of reinfection, what is the truth about immunity to COVID-19?As President Trump claims that he is immune to COVID-19 and isolated reports emerge of reinfection, what is the truth about immunity to COVID-19?

What We Know And Don't Know About COVID-19 Reinfection Cases

As President Trump claims that he is immune to COVID-19 and isolated reports emerge of reinfection, what is the truth about immunity to COVID-19?

Coronavirus reinfection cases: what we know so far – and the vital missing clues

Here’s what that means.Here’s what that means.

Yes, You Can Get Reinfected With COVID-19.

Handful of case reports on reinfection with COVID-19 don’t necessarily mean that immunity is not occurringHandful of case reports on reinfection with COVID-19 don’t necessarily mean that immunity is not occurring

Coronavirus reinfection cases: Everything we know so far – and the vital missing clues - Wales Online

"When we look at countries that have succeeded (in controlling the spread of virus) we have to go after the virus where it is present. Then it is easier (to prevent the spread of virus) than it becomes a community transmission," she said."When we look at countries that have succeeded (in controlling the spread of virus) we have to go after the virus where it is present. Then it is easier (to prevent the spread of virus) than it becomes a community transmission," she said.

Clusters That Could Turn into Covid-19 Hotspots Need to Be Identified: WHO Chief Soumya Swaminathan

Handful of case reports on reinfection with COVID-19 don’t necessarily mean that immunity is not occurringHandful of case reports on reinfection with COVID-19 don’t necessarily mean that immunity is not occurring

Coronavirus reinfection cases: Everything we know so far – and the vital missing clues - MyLondon

Plan and be prepared for another two years of disciplined behaviour as the vaccine for the virus gets scaled up, says the WHO chief scientistPlan and be prepared for another two years of disciplined behaviour as the vaccine for the virus gets scaled up, says the WHO chief scientist

Covid-19 pandemic is here to stay, says Soumya Swaminathan - The Hindu BusinessLine

After overcoming a bout with Covid-19, President Donald Trump said he was immune to the virus. Experts say it's possible to get reinfected. But it's rare.After overcoming a bout with Covid-19, President Donald Trump said he was immune to the virus. Experts say it's possible to get reinfected. But it's rare.

Can you get infected with Covid-19 twice? It's complicated | Health | news-daily.com

With a huge population in a country like India, she said,one has to go after virus in order to control its spread before it becomes a community transmission.Sowmya Swaminathan said testing of samples should be continued while clusters which could turn into covid-19 'hotspots' need to be identifiedWith a huge population in a country like India, she said,one has to go after virus in order to control its spread before it becomes a community transmission.Sowmya Swaminathan said testing of samples should be continued while clusters which could turn into covid-19 'hotspots' need to be identified

Clusters that could turn into covid-19 hotspots need to be identified: Sowmya Swaminathan