The Public Health Agency regarding immunity against Covid-19

A person with a confirmed Covid-19 infection has a very low risk of becoming sick again for at least for six months.

Confrmed means that one has tested positive for an ongoing infection and recovered, or that one has antibodies. After an infection, some type of immune response has probaby developed, even if one does not have measurable levels of antibodies, according to The Public Health Agency.

Someone who is assessed as having some type of immunity, and who is symptom-free, runs less of a risk of becoming infected or spreading infection. This means that it becomes possible to socialise with others, even indoors, regardless of whether the person or people you are seeing belong to a risk group.

Source: Public Health Agency

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