It is unlikely to get COVID-19 after three years from the start of the pandemic. The virus has been circulating for less than three years, and much is still being learned about its long-term effects and how long immunity lasts after infection.
The highly contagious virus has affected every aspect of our lives, from the way we interact with each other to the global economy. Despite the difficulties it has brought, it has also shown us the resilience and strength of our communities. It is currently believed that immunity to COVID-19 may not be lifelong, and it is possible for someone who has recovered from COVID-19 to get infected again. The duration of immunity and the likelihood of re-infection are still not well understood and are the subject of ongoing research.
It is also important to note that the availability and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines have greatly impacted the spread of the virus, and it is possible that widespread vaccination could greatly reduce the incidence of COVID-19 in the coming years.
It is still recommended to continue following preventive measures, such as getting vaccinated, wearing a mask, and practicing good hand hygiene to reduce the spread of the virus. Even if you have a negative test result. Additional testing or monitoring may be recommended.