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Sky News Australia published this video item, entitled “Coronavirus immunity could last beyond a year” – below is their description.
New Melbourne research has indicated a coronavirus vaccine could be effective for longer than a year. Studies showed the body remembered the virus and was able to repel it if exposed again. Vaccines were designed to trigger the same response as the virus, raising hopes a jab could offer the same length of protection as the body’s natural response.Sky News Australia YouTube Channel
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