People who have recovered from COVID-19 are safe from reinfection with the virus for at least six months. The data is according to a study posted online Friday by researchers at Oxford University in England. To date, studies have found that antibodies against the new coronavirus offer varying levels of immunity from infection. According to UPI, some researchers have found that immunity may be only 90 days in some people. Several cases of reinfection have been reported, in which people with confirmed COVID-19 recover and then test positive. Researchers caution that data from the study has not been published in a medical journal or peer-reviewed.
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