Covid-19 Immunity- New research suggests that people who have been exposed to COVID-19 in the past are more likely to become infected again in a few months. Protective timing in Covid-19 is the subject of epidemiological research, and studies have so far yielded mixed results.
The lifespan of the immune system varies from disease to disease. One of the factors contributing to this is the weakening of the immune system produced by the infected person.
Experts warn that people with antibodies can also carry the virus in their nose and throat and thus run the risk of transmitting the virus to others. They suggested that people infected with the disease recover and continue to take all necessary measures, such as wearing a mask, washing their hands regularly, and keeping at least two meters away from others.
Researchers have been examining thousands of healthcare workers since June to detect the presence of COVID-19 infections and antibodies. Two cases of possible re-infection with Covid-19 were reported during the first wave of the epidemic. Both patients are reported to have severe symptoms a second time. None of the 44 possible inflammatory infections were tested using PCR during the first wave but were later tested for antibodies.
Scientists concluded that the natural protection obtained as a result of a previous infection with the SARS-Covid-2 virus provides 83 to 83 percent more protection against re-infection than ever before. This defense lasts for five months from the time a person becomes ill due to Covid-19.
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