"You're going to need more than one coronavirus shot. One dose of a vaccine probably won't be enough, experts say." - Aylin Woodward
We're all holding our breath for a coronavirus vaccine -- for the day everyone can line up, get a shot, and then finally return to life as normal. But there are many problems with that vision, a primary one being: We're all going to need more than one shot. But it's not a deal breaker if people become susceptible to reinfection sometime after the initial shot, Dr. Florian Krammer, a vaccinologist at Mount Sinai Health System said. "This happens for a lot of vaccines," he said. "It's not a problem. You can get revaccinated."