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Covid infection provides some immunity for at least five months, UK study finds – CNBC

Preliminary findings in Public Health England’s SIREN study found antibodies from past Covid infection provide 83% protection against reinfection.

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LONDON People who have been infected with Covid are likely to have some form of immunity for at least five months, according to early results of a major new study in the U.K.
The preliminary findings in Public Health England’s SIREN study which has surveyed thousands of U.K. health-care workers in a bid to establish whether prior infection protects against future infection found antibodies provide an 83% rate of protection against reinfection, compared with people who have not had the disease before.

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