Immunity AFTER COVID-19 INFECTION VARY MUCH FROM PERSON TO PERSON
Eleanor Barnes, professor of hepatology and experimental medicine at the University of Oxford, said: “The immune response after infection is still detectable after 6 months. However, it’s highly variable between people. Innate immunity is a lot more risky than with a vaccine. You get a really robust response if you get vaccinated. , but there is a lot of variation from person to person in immunity levels after natural infection,” he said.