Reinfection accounts for nearly 8% of daily COVID cases in Missouri, up from 1.7% in November

Jan 12, 2022 · 2:34 AM UTC

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Ooooh, right in the heart of nAtUrAL iMmuNiTy country
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Lol herd immunity any day now!
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As common Cold is also a coronavirus ( and sadly it hits us every winter) it’s pretty clear that there is no such thing as Herdimmunity with any Coronavirus. 🤷🏻‍♀️
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That’s not good
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We’ll look back at the good old days of 8%
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Have there been reinfections of Omicron AFTER being infected by Omicron previously? I realize it might be too soon to know but maybe in South Africa since that was spiking back in Nov? I do know that Om infects people that have previously had Delta & Alpha so no immunity there😒
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I am wondering the same thing. Is this a merry go round with no exit?
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Amazing that only a year ago everyone was saying that reinfections were incredibly rare, and BNO was just about the only site tracking them. The CDC's website still says they "remain rare." cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nco…
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