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COVID-19 ‘immune memory’ could last at least 6 months, study suggests

LOS ANGELES - A recently released study suggests that some people may generate a level of COVID-19 “immune memory” that could offer some protection from the coronavirus after infection, and it might last longer than previously believed.The purpose of the study was to analyze whether people’s bodies can remember the coronavirus and how that can connect to protection from the virus.According to the study, published in BioRxiv — an online preprint server for biology — immunity to the coronavirus infection that causes COVID-19 may last for at least six months, and potentially much longer, after a person was initially infected.“Your immune system tends to remember things that were more threatening,” Dr.

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