Scientists who have spent months focused on the role of antibodies in fighting Covid-19 are beginning to suspect that a lesser-known part of the immune system is equally crucial: T-cells.

Evidence is emerging that T-cells, which can “remember” past infections and kill pathogens if they reappear, have a big influence on how long patients remain resistant to reinfection by Covid-19...

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