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How long does someone have antibodies after they’ve been infected? Epidemiologist Dr. F. Perry Wilson shares the latest science on antibodies and rates of reinfection, which remain very low. He also shares that COVID-19 has a slow rate of mutation and he does not think we would see a new variant every season with COVID like we do with the flu.