Trump said he was 'immune' to the coronavirus. Here's what the science says

Trump said he was 'immune' to the coronavirus. Here's what the science says
US President Donald Trump holds a Make America Great Again rally as he campaigns at Orlando Sanford International Airport in Sanford, Florida, October 12, 2020. - SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images North America/TNS

Twitter on Sunday slapped a warning on President Donald Trump’s tweet that he can’t get or give the coronavirus, saying the post violated rules “about spreading misleading and potentially harmful information related to COVID-19.”Is there any evidence that the president is immune? And even if he is, could he still be infectious? Let’s look at what is known — and unknowable.It means your immune system produces proteins, called antibodies, against a specific disease. Natural immunity can be acquired either by getting the disease or through vaccination, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Co...

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