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After overcoming a bout with Covid-19, President Donald Trump said he was immune to the virus.After overcoming a bout with Covid-19, President Donald Trump said he was immune to the virus.

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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?

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

There are growing concerns about COVID-19 reinfections. New reports of coronavirus reinfections have evoked the nightmare of a never-ending pandemic. But they are rarity, according to a team of Seattle doctors and Scientists who say a Seattle-area man was only the third person in the country —to experience the double hit. According to the early research, he was infected with COVID-19 in March—recovered—only to get sick again five months later. The research can be found here.There are growing concerns about COVID-19 reinfections. New reports of coronavirus reinfections have evoked the nightmare of a never-ending pandemic. But they are rarity, according to a team of Seattle doctors and Scientists who say a Seattle-area man was only the third person in the country —to experience the double hit. According to the early research, he was infected with COVID-19 in March—recovered—only to get sick again five months later. The research can be found here.

Growing concerns on COVID-19 re-infections after Seattle man contracts virus second time | KOMO

Growing concerns on COVID-19 re-infections after Seattle man contracts virus second time

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