Why no bacterial disease provide lifelong immunity against reinfection

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Why no bacterial disease provide lifelong immunity against reinfection

Post by josem » Mon Feb 12, 2018 6:02 pm

No bacterial disease will not provide lifelong immunity against reinfection. But viral diseases like smallpox and chicken pox provide lifelong immunity. I would like to know the reason behind this. Thank you.
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