"Am I immune from coronavirus?" is a common question people might have if they've had COVID-19 and recovered. See what experts have to say about the possibility of gaining coronavirus immunity.
TUESDAY, April 14, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- Once you've had COVID-19 and recovered, are you now immune from the virus?
That's the critical question that will help shape how the United States re-opens for business in the coming months.
Unfortunately, there's still no clear answer.
It's still too soon to tell if the first wave of COVID-19 survivors will remain immune to the virus for any appreciable length of time.
But the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, thinks there's a good chance that people might gain lasting immunity following COVID-19 infection.