What to Know About Covid-19 Reinfections
It’s unlikely now, but experts worry about what happens if there’s no vaccine
It’s highly unlikely you will get the coronavirus twice… at least right now. There’s several intersecting questions around immunity to Covid-19 and whether or not people could get the disease twice. Early reports of re-infections in South Korea were found to be due to faulty testing. Yet experts say that while it’s very unlikely someone could get the infection twice right now, there’s risk that if immunity wanes and there’s no vaccine, then people could possibly get infections again in the future. Read the full story below.