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HK reports 'first documented' Covid re-infection

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 25 August 2020
Researchers in Hong Kong Monday identified what they said was the first confirmed case worldwide of Covid-19 reinfection, raising questions about the durability of immunity, whether acquired naturally or with a vaccine. "Our study proves that immunity for Covid infection is not lifelong," a microbiologist at Hong Kong University said.
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