The World Health Organization says we don’t have evidence to understand why people may experience reactivation after recovery.
Countries worldwide have been fighting against the novel coronavirus using preventive measures such as social distancing and lockdowns. However, after India was in lockdown for almost half a year, it gradually implemented certain relaxations to resume economic activities.
This article looks at the study to determine whether a person can get COVID-19 more than once.
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It is hard to say these individuals tested positive as a result of a second infection. While the possibility exists, detectable levels of the virus remain in the human body even after symptoms resolve.
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The natural immune system fights off foreign pathogens, such as bacteria and viruses. Specific immune cells, called B-lymphocytes or B-cells, identify proteins called antigens on the surface of invading cells.
When a B cell detects an antigen, it causes the production of proteins, called antibodies, that bind to antigens.
When B cells produce an antibody, they can continue making the antibody if the same antigen appears in the future. It is called adaptive immunity.
What are the symptoms of reinfection?
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The patient from Hong Kong experienced a sore throat, cough, fever, and headache during his first infection, and he was asymptomatic during his second infection. On the contrary, a 24-year-old man in the US developed breathing problems and pneumonia after getting re-infected with COVID-19, despite having mild symptoms during his infection.
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What the research says
The participants developed antibodies within 15 days after the onset of symptoms. However, 10 participants had antibodies levels. The researchers reported that elderly and middle-aged patients develop higher concentrations of antibodies than younger individuals.
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What should you do once you have recovered from Covid-19?
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The experts suggest that people take preventative measures, such as physical distancing and self-quarantining, if necessary.
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