Conversations abound about the best (and fastest) way to reopen the world’s economies in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. While there are many factors involved in making these difficult decisions, including preventing as many deaths as possible, you’ve probably heard a lot about antibody testing and figuring out how many people are now immune to COVID-19 and for how long.
There’s still a lot we don’t and can’t know about immunity to COVID-19, even as more than 70,000 people have now recovered in the United States.
The coronavirus, which primarily causes a respiratory infection, has only been around in humans since December 2019. Determining COVID-19 immunity will require months and years to collect the most accurate data, but it’s stillRead more on themighty.com