10 Months of Protection: Study Finds Covid-19 Infection Offers Strong Immunity Against Re-Infection

A new study has found that those who have been infected with Covid-19 may have strong protection against reinfection for up to 10 months. The study, conducted by the University of Oxford, found that the body’s natural immunity can be as protective against severe illness as the Covid-19 vaccine.

In a separate study, conducted by the University of North West England, it was found that the original Covid-19 vaccine may not be effective against boosters given too soon.

Meanwhile, a study conducted by Omicron found that those who had early Covid cases may still be infected. The study also found that those with early Covid cases may be more likely to suffer from long-term health issues.

Finally, a study published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that monovalent mRNA vaccines may be effective in preventing symptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infection among children aged 3-5 years. The study was conducted as part of the Increasing Community Access to Testing Program in the United States from July 2022 to February 2023.

These findings suggest that it is important for those who have had Covid-19 to continue to take precautions to protect themselves against reinfection. It also highlights the importance of continued research into the effectiveness of Covid-19 vaccines in protecting against severe illness.