Those fleeting, pesky coronavirus antibodies are going to make developing a vaccine awfully difficult

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Lots of promising news this week about vaccine research moving at record speeds with the hope of inoculating billions of people against COVID infections soon.  

But before you get your hopes up about a vaccine, we offer a dose of cold, hard reality:  this virus might not care about your vaccine.  That's because COVID antibodies, which the body normally builds up after infection as a defense against the virus, aren't sticking around very long.

Dr. Warner Greene is director & senior investigator of the Gladstone Institutes of Virology in San Francisco