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Coronavirus antibodies may drop ‘rapidly’ after infection – the science explained – Farming Life

A study has claimed that the level of protective antibodies falls quite rapidly after a patient has been infected with coronavirus.
The fall in immunity could mean that patients are at risk of contracting the virus on several occasions. 
Experts have suggested that vaccines would still be effective against the disease despite the apparent drop in immunity. 
How long do antibodies stay in a patients system? 
The new study, from Imperial College London, involved more than 365,000 randomly selected…

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