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COVID-19 Vaccines

How much immunity will they provide?

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This past Monday the World Health Organization (WHO) stated that persons who had recovered from COVID-19 may be subject to getting this dreaded disease again. While scientists continue to work at a feverish pace in the development and clinical trials of a vaccine for COVID-19, they caution that the immunity gained from suffering and winning the COVID fight has but a finite lifespan.




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