Scientists from UT Health San Antonio and Texas Biomedical Research Institute are trying to determine if a person who gets COVID-19 and recovers is immune to the virus and if so, for how long.

Dr. Evelien Bunnik’s goal is to figure out where COVID-19 falls on the spectrum.

“We are looking at what we call longitudinal responses, so we try to follow people over the course of a year, or even longer, to see what happens with their antibody levels and antibody responses,” Bunnik said.

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