No need to be alarmed immensely over Covid-19 reinfection case reported in Hong Kong: ICMR

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published on August 25, 2020
The apex health research body, ICMR, on Tuesday said there is "no need to be alarmed immensely" over the reinfection case of Covid-19 reported in Hong Kong, but at the same time maintained that it is not yet known how long the immunity lasts in case of coronavirus.

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Published on August 25, 2020 -  00:36
Hong Kong Scientists Report Genuine Case of Coronavirus Reinfection
Scientists in Hong Kong report they have found a man who was reinfected by the coronavirus. This would be the first documented case of someone being infected twice. The man in question is a 33-year-old computer technician and local resident. He caught his initial infection in late March and was soon hospitalized, says Gizmodo. Two weeks later, he was discharged, having tested negative for the virus twice.

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