1. Covid-19 Reinfection Is Possible And Should Inform Pandemic Priorities Moving Forward  Forbes
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Returning to a Covid-free reality is a yearning we all share, but there's reason to believe we may never be Covid-free again because of the genuine possibility that Covid-19 will become an endemic disease; people once infected may become reinfected.Returning to a Covid-free reality is a yearning we all share, but there's reason to believe we may never be Covid-free again because of the genuine possibility that Covid-19 will become an endemic disease; people once infected may become reinfected.

Covid-19 Reinfection Is Possible And Should Inform Pandemic Priorities Moving Forward

For many, key immune cells linger for more than six months after their COVID-19 infection clears.

Could COVID-19 immunity last decades? Here’s the science. | Live Science

The findings should offer some reassurance for the more than 51 million people worldwide who have been infected with the pandemic disease, researchers at the University of Oxford said.The findings should offer some reassurance for the more than 51 million people worldwide who have been infected with the pandemic disease, researchers at the University of Oxford said.

Study claims COVID-19 immunity lasts for 6 months after first infection | World News | Zee News

People whose immune systems responded strongly to a measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine may be less likely to become severely ill if they are infected with the new coronavirus, new data suggest. The MMR II vaccine, manufactured by Merck and licensed in 1979, works by triggering the immune system to produce antibodies. Researchers reported on Friday in mBio that among 50 COVID-19 patients under the age of 42 who had received the MMR II as children, the higher their titers -- or levels -- of so-called IgG antibodies produced by the vaccine and directed against the mumps virus in particular, the less severe their symptoms.People whose immune systems responded strongly to a measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine may be less likely to become severely ill if they are infected with the new coronavirus, new data suggest. The MMR II vaccine, manufactured by Merck and licensed in 1979, works by triggering the immune system to produce antibodies. Researchers reported on Friday in mBio that among 50 COVID-19 patients under the age of 42 who had received the MMR II as children, the higher their titers -- or levels -- of so-called IgG antibodies produced by the vaccine and directed against the mumps virus in particular, the less severe their symptoms.

Childhood vaccine linked to less severe COVID-19, cigarette smoke raises risk

CALIFORNIA — How long might immunity to the coronavirus last? Years, maybe even decades, according to a new study — the most hopeful answer yet to a question that has shadowed plans for widespread vaccination. CALIFORNIA — How long might immunity to the coronavirus last? Years, maybe even decades, according to a new study — the most hopeful answer yet to a question that has shadowed plans for widespread vaccination.

Immunity to the coronavirus may last years, new data hint

They hope to provide advance notice of COVID-19 outbreaks for health officials and hospitals.They hope to provide advance notice of COVID-19 outbreaks for health officials and hospitals.

Michigan begins monitoring wastewater for evidence of COVID-19

CORONAVIRUS update: The latest study has come out today revealing the likelihood of a second infection in those infected with COVID-19. The report reveals an ‘unlikely' risk however this risk could increase after a six-month period. CORONAVIRUS update: The latest study has come out today revealing the likelihood of a second infection in those infected with COVID-19. The report reveals an ‘unlikely' risk however this risk could increase after a six-month period.

Coronavirus update UK: Patients infected with COVID-19 unlikely to catch again says study | Express.co.uk

The American study involved 185 adults who all recovered from COVID-19.

Study: Coronavirus immunity can last up to 8 months - silive.com

Research among 2,847 key workers from the NHS, police and fire service in June found that 25 per cent of participants had high levels of T-cells which recognised Covid.Research among 2,847 key workers from the NHS, police and fire service in June found that 25 per cent of participants had high levels of T-cells which recognised Covid.

Natural coronavirus immunity could be TWICE as common as experts thought, PHE says | Daily Mail Online

New research shows antibodies in recovered COVID-19 patients lasting up to eight months after infection, which bodes well for future vaccines, experts say.New research shows antibodies in recovered COVID-19 patients lasting up to eight months after infection, which bodes well for future vaccines, experts say.

How long does coronavirus immunity last? Some studies suggest months - National | Globalnews.ca

The ages of the subjects having recovered from covid-19 ranged from19 to 81 in the United StatesThe ages of the subjects having recovered from covid-19 ranged from19 to 81 in the United States

Immunity after covid-19 may last for more than six months, indicates a study

Many hope T cell response will mirror that for SARS and MERS: 2 to 10 yearsMany hope T cell response will mirror that for SARS and MERS: 2 to 10 years

T Cells May Tell Us More About COVID Immunity | MedPage Today

Experts say the findings after analysing 185 men and women are 'exciting' and give hope a vaccine will give long-lasting protection Experts say the findings after analysing 185 men and women are 'exciting' and give hope a vaccine will give long-lasting protection

Some Covid patients who beat virus may be immune for several years, study suggests - Mirror Online

A massive coronavirus immunity study indicates that protection against reinfection might last for a lot longer than initially estimated. Researchers analyzed various immune response components to COVID-19 for nearly 200 patients, including neutralizing antibodies, B memory cells, and two types of...A massive coronavirus immunity study indicates that protection against reinfection might last for a lot longer than initially estimated. Researchers analyzed various immune response components to C…

This news about coronavirus immunity is incredible – BGR

A new study appears to show that people infected with the coronavirus develop long-term immunity against the disease , a major boost to vaccine developers shadowed by suspicions that resistance to the disease might quickly fade. <p>A new study appears to show that people infected with the coronavirus develop <underscore class="character" displayname="underscore" name="underscore" xmlns:cci="urn:schemas-ccieurope.com">long-term </underscore>immunity against <underscore class="character" displayname="underscore" name="underscore" xmlns:cci="urn:schemas-ccieurope.com">the disease</underscore>, a major boost to vaccine developers shadowed by suspicions that resistance to the disease might quickly fade.</p>

Does COVID-19 result in lasting immunity? Growing evidence says yes - SFChronicle.com

Some good news for those who have recovered from COVID-19.  A new study finds that immunity may last years, even decades.Some good news for those who have recovered from COVID-19.  A new study finds that immunity may last years, even decades.

COVID-19 Immunity May Last Years After Recovery, New Study Finds – CBS Boston

While COVID-19 cases in San Diego County and across the country skyrocket, there’s a new study from local scientists shedding light on immunity. Prepared by...While COVID-19 cases in San Diego County and across the country skyrocket, there’s a new study from local scientists shedding light on immunity. Prepared by researchers from the La Jolla Institute of Immunology, UC San Diego and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, the study suggests that once you’ve had the disease, you could be sufficiently immune for at least…

Study Suggests COVID-19 Survivors Could Have Temporary Immunity – NBC 7 San Diego

According to a new study, immunity to coronavirus might last years or even decades.

Coronavirus immunity could last for years, according to new study - pennlive.com

COVID-19 Patients Could Be Immune To Virus For Years, New Study Shows - NowThis

COVID-19 antibodies last at least eight months, as do memory cells – another key component to immunity – according to new research from the La Jolla Institute of Immunology. That is encouraging news as Moderna and Pfizer get closer to releasing coronavirus vaccines.Previous studies have raised concerns that immunity may be short-lived

Long-lasting immunity from the coronavirus may be possible, according to new data | PhillyVoice

Researchers do say this could mean you will only need to be vaccinated every decade or so, unlike once a year with the flu shot.This new study comes after initial research showed antibodies faded away in a few months after infection.

COVID-19 immunity could last years, maybe even decades | ksdk.com

Scientists at La Jolla Institute for Immunology in California believe they have found a vital breakthrough.Scientists at La Jolla Institute for Immunology in California believe they have found a vital breakthrough.

Covid-19 survivors may have long-lasting immunity: Study - News | Khaleej Times