As the global number of COVID-19 cases soars, there are a few thousand reasons to be hopeful: As of Monday, March 23, over 100,000 people across the globe have recovered from the novel coronavirus. We know some people can successfully clear the infection, while others have a harder time.
But if you beat the virus, what happens when you encounter it a second time? Are people immune if they catch and recover from Covid-19? According to Mark Slifka, a microbiologist at Oregon Health and Science University, the answer is yes, at least partially.
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