13 Jul 2020

‘Perhaps we’re not going to be producing long-term antibody responses that would prevent infection’ – Dr Katie Doores, King’s College London


We spoke to Dr Katie Doores, from King’s College London, who is the lead author of a new report on coronavirus antibodies and how long any kind of immunity might last.

The research suggests that people who have recovered may only be immune for a few months.

We began by asking her if the virus would become endemic – and whether we would ever be rid of it.