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Does having a MRSA infection confer future immunity to the infection?

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In brief: No

A MRSA infection is like any other bacterial infection, just a fairly virulent bacteria with more resistance to antibiotics.
Until a vaccine is made for it, an infection from MRSA confers no immunity.

In brief: No

A MRSA infection is like any other bacterial infection, just a fairly virulent bacteria with more resistance to antibiotics.
Until a vaccine is made for it, an infection from MRSA confers no immunity.
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