Medicine’s Mark Cameron discusses estimates of possible reinfection of coronavirus

The Nuance: Getting the coronavirus twice is highly unlikely (in the short term)

Medium: Mark Cameron, an associate professor in the Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences, discussed estimates in the medical community that people are susceptible to reinfection with COVID-19 as soon as six months or a year after initial infection. Cameron, who studies biomarkers using genomic and bioinformatic techniques, said the notion only underscores the vital need for a vaccine.