Yes, maybe with a different strain of the COVID19 Virus. People who have recovered from SARS-CoV-2 infection are usually protected from being infected a second time (so-called reinfection). This is because they develop neutralising antibodies that remain in their blood for at least 5-6 months, maybe longer. We now know that these mutations have allowed the virus to become resistant to antibody neutralisation.

It is therefore important that people who have previously had COVID-19 continue to adhere to public health measures. Protecting ourselves through masks, regular washing or sanitising of hands, cleaning of surfaces and social distancing remains the best defence against all SARS-CoV-2 viruses, including the new lineage.[16]