- Nov 17, 2006
"First is that they have had a true infection that has not been detected," she said. "Initially, when the pandemic began, testing was difficult to access
Can you be 'super-immune' to COVID-19? Unlikely, doctors say. Here's what is more likely
Dr. David Itkin, a Seacoast area infectious disease expert, said having certain people appear to be immune to a particular virus is not new.
Karen Dandurant, Fosters Daily Democrat