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  4. How frequently can you get COVID-19 | Ohio State Health ...

    health.osu.edu/.../how-many-times-can-i-get-covid-19

    The family of viruses that includes the COVID-19 virus can infect you more than once. About three months after you get COVID-19 or receive a vaccine or a booster, your immunity starts to wane, increasing the odds of your getting the virus. Early on in the pandemic, COVID-19 reinfection was unusual. However, it’s become increasingly common for people to get it again.

  5. How Often Can You Get COVID-19? Experts Say Reinfection Is ...

    www.msn.com/en-us/health/medical/how-often-can...

    How often can you get COVID-19? Public health experts used to think that, once you got COVID, you were protected from another infection for at least three months. But that’s not really the case...

  6. How Often Can I Be Infected With Covid-19? - The New York Times

    www.nytimes.com/2022/05/16/health/covid-re...

    A virus that shows no signs of disappearing, variants that are adept at dodging the body’s defenses, and waves of infections two, maybe three times a year — this may be the future of Covid-19, some...

  7. How often can you get Covid-19? 'At least a couple times a ...

    www.advisory.com/daily-briefing/2022/05/18/covid...

    Although physicians and health agencies say that most people are protected from a Covid-19 reinfection for at least 90 days, there is growing evidence that people can be reinfected much more quickly. For example, a CDC report from April identified 10 people, including eight children and two adults, who had tested positive for both the delta and omicron variant within 90 days.

  8. How soon can I get COVID again? Experts now say 28 days – but ...

    theconversation.com/how-soon-can-i-get-covid...

    How soon can I get COVID again? Experts now say 28 days – but you can protect yourself Published: July 12, 2022 4.03pm EDT Author Ashwin Swaminathan Senior Lecturer, Australian National University...

  9. Can You Get COVID Twice? - WebMD

    www.webmd.com/lung/can-you-get-covid-twice

    It’s possible. Research shows you can get it twice. Even more than twice, in some cases. Here’s everything you need to know about COVID-19 reinfection. How Can You Get COVID Again? After you’ve...

  10. How Many Times Can You Get COVID-19? Here’s What Experts Know

    www.laweekly.com/how-many-times-can-you-get-covid-19-heres...

    COVID-19 reinfections are possible, especially now that there’s Omicron variants in circulation. Here’s what experts want you to know. Two years into the pandemic and a large percentage of the ...

  11. How many times can you get COVID? What experts know about ...

    nypost.com/article/covid-reinfection-rates-antibodies...

    How often can you get a COVID booster? For those on the two-dose vaccine regimen, a second round should be completed about six weeks after the first.

  12. How Soon Could You Get COVID Again After Initial Infection?

    www.nbcchicago.com/news/coronavirus/how-soon...

    According to the CDC, some people who contract COVID can have detectable virus for up to three months, but that doesn't mean they are contagious. Public health officials recommend that even those...

  13. If You Had COVID, This Is How Soon You Can Get It Again ...

    www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/had-covid-soon-again...

    Experts say it's likely everyone will get COVID more than once. The CDC says that while "most individuals will have some protection from repeat infections" after getting COVID once, reinfections...