‘Omicron Can Evade Immunity Derived From Past Infection'
The Times of India Delhi|December 04, 2021
New Delhi: A study conducted by scientists from South Africa, where the Omicron variant was detected first, has suggested that the new variant is not just highly transmissible, but it can also evade immunity generated by previous infection.
DurgeshNandan.Jha

Apart from not offering any insight into whether reinfection leads to severe symptoms, the study also doesn’t look at immune escape in vaccinated people.

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