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Can we become immune to the coronavirus? What the evidence says so far

• arclein

As a rule, coronaviruses don't produce a very strong "immune memory": the long-lasting response that allows our bodies to thwart a subsequent attack, and which makes vaccines possible. When reports emerged from Japan and China of people who had been given the all-clear catching the virus again, immunologists' worst fears seemed to be confirmed.