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Study: You Might Have Some Immunity To COVID-19 Even If You've Never Had It

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Study: You Might Have Some Immunity To COVID-19 Even If You've Never Had It

Study: You Might Have Some Immunity To COVID-19 Even If You've Never Had It

People who haven't been exposed to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 could have a certain level of built-in immunity to the pathogen.

CNN reports a new study suggests that T cells reactive to the virus could possibly help reduce the severity of the illness if the person does get COVID-19.

T cells are part of the immune system and help protect the body from infection.

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