A patient who recovered from coronavirus donates his blood plasma in Cairo, Egypt. Photo: EPA-EFEA patient who recovered from coronavirus donates his blood plasma in Cairo, Egypt. Photo: EPA-EFE
A patient who recovered from coronavirus donates his blood plasma in Cairo, Egypt. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus immunity may not last more than a few months, study finds

  • Researchers from King’s College London found sharp decline in recovered patients’ antibody levels three months after infection
  • Experts say the findings could have a ‘significant’ influence on how governments manage the pandemic

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A patient who recovered from coronavirus donates his blood plasma in Cairo, Egypt. Photo: EPA-EFEA patient who recovered from coronavirus donates his blood plasma in Cairo, Egypt. Photo: EPA-EFE
A patient who recovered from coronavirus donates his blood plasma in Cairo, Egypt. Photo: EPA-EFE
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