There are emerging reports that authorities received another case of re-infection after the 33-year-old, whose name has not yet been revealed. No confirmation suggesting transmission or severity has yet been made. Researchers also warned people not to “jump to conclusions” until further study is done.
Even though there has been evidence of revision for months, scientists have not been able to find the exact cause of the revision, which is the first documented case to date.
A Man Was Reinfected With Coronavirus After Recovery
The first cases were dismissed as the existence of viral load in patients, even after recovery or continuation of symptoms, termed as “long coffeeID“.
Researchers also say that new evidence may show how COVID-19 can live in a manner that is very common to the common cold and infects humans, despite vaccination or naturalization to gain sufficient immunity for infection. People doing.
Hong Kong scientists report case of man reinfected with coronavirus four and a half months after his first bout – the world’s first proven case of reinfectionhttps://t.co/dTc5MQ6bxx
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What does this mean for our immune system?
This transition was different from his March transition. The person had mild symptoms for the first time and no symptoms for the second time. Her infection was detected during screening and testing at Hong Kong Airport.
Calvin said, indicating that some people do not have lifelong immunity to viruses from which they have been previously infected. We do not know how many people can become infected again. Mother Teresa Birth Anniversary 2020
There will probably be more such people. Clinical Infectious Diseases has accepted this article, but has not yet published it. Some independent experts have requested caution until full results are available.
People are strongly urged to avoid non-essential travel outside Hong Kong. If traveling to countries / regions outside Hong Kong is unavoidable, they should apply surgical masks and continue to do so for 14 days upon return to Hong Kong.