It is rumored that those who recover from infection may be re-infected with a type of coronavirus within a few days.
Virologist Miklós Rusvai has now clarified the question of whether we can really reinfect a type of coronavirus within days after recovering from infection. Miklos Rusvai A Repostenak In a certain interview, he explained it Although there is a chance of re-infection, it is unlikely to occur within a few days.
The virologist shared that re-infection with the coronavirus can occur up to a few weeks after recovery, and in support of this, he shared an example:
Rusvai also reported an extreme case in the UK:
There are many records kept by doctors. One patient was infected continuously for a good year. He was sampled weekly every ten days and he always tested positive for the coronavirus. He did not get rid of the virus, did not become immune to it, and eventually died of Covid.
Genetic testing showed that it was not a patient infecting over and over, but the virus itself having been on it for a year. But here we do not know whether the patient has any other diseases, since this was not revealed. It is not known whether the patient has AIDS or any other immunodeficiency disease, or whether he is receiving treatment.”
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