Coronaviruses: How does immunity work?

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Chemical educator and Compound Interest blogger Andy Brunning explains how our bodies fight foreign invaders like coronaviruses

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Understanding How Vaccines Work. Last updated July 2018.

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