Here’s a good Covid-19 story
People who recover from the coronavirus might again test positive, but they will no longer be contagious. There had been (and still are) concerns that someone could become reinfected, or that they might not develop immunity, but these results from Korea’s CDC seem to say that’s not an issue.
[R]esearchers examined 285 cases that had previously recovered from COVID-19 but then tested positive again. […] Of those cases, researchers checked for symptoms in 284 of them. They found that 126 (about 48 percent) did indeed have symptoms related to COVID-19. But none of them seemed to have spread the infection.