FOX4: With more research needed, doctors urge those who recover from COVID-19 to stay cautious

December 10, 2020

Doctors say people who survive COVID-19 and develop antibodies should remain vigilant.

FOX4 talked to Dr. Sarah Boyd, an infectious disease physician on Saint Luke's COVID-19 Response Team, about the chance of re-infection after a person has recovered from the virus.

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