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World Health Organization Says No Evidence Shows That Having Coronavirus Prevents A Second Infection

The World Health Organization have said that the presence of the antibodies in a patient who had suffered from the virus does not give them immunity to have it the second time.

It cautions against governments that are considering issuing so-called “immunity passports” to people who have had COVID-19, assuming they are safe to resume normal life.

Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove from WHO has previously said it’s not known whether people who have been exposed to the virus become completely immune. The new WHO brief underscores that stance, and jibes with other scientific statements about the idea of developing immunity.

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