Here's what you need to know about the pandemic this week.
Immunity continues to be an incredibly complicated concept.
Anthropologists have found surprising traits in ancient DNA, including one that may trigger immunity against viruses.
Labs and blood banks collect millions of samples each month, offering a distinctive source of data to track cases and...
The vaccine can reduce your chances of becoming reinfected and sick again in the future.
Hint: it’s not going away.
The studies so far are promising, though it doesn’t mean we can stop wearing masks.
For starters, the US has barely reached 25 percent of its vaccination target.
It takes time to develop antibodies against the novel coronavirus.
All major outbreaks eventually run their course. But history and science suggest many possible pathways.
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