The World Health Organization is issuing a warning to those who recovered from COVID-19.
If you've tested positive for the virus and recovered, don't assume you're now immune to catching it again.
WHO says they're reviewing whether the antibodies formed during the infection can prevent people from coming down with it a second time.
They also came out against "immunity passports", an idea to give those recovered a pass saying they've healed, are immune and are free to move about.
The agency says there isn't enough evidence that those who are well again could begin traveling due to now being immune.
WHO clarified that recovering will provide "some level of protection," but it does not yet know what that level is or how long the immunity will last.