Although it is said to have subsided, it turns out that there are still many people who are infected with the COVID-19 virus, Mother. Worse yet, there are even women who are infected with COVID-19 twice within three weeks. This is the fastest reinfection case ever recorded during COVID-19.
It is known, the Omicron variant has a higher transmission rate than the Delta variant, Bunda. However, Omicron tends to exhibit much milder symptoms than the Delta variant.
People with Omicron are also allowed to self-isolate at home. After a few days of rest, Omicron patients will recover and carry on with their normal activities.
Some time ago, a 31-year-old woman from Spain tested positive for COVID-19 on December 20, 2021, Mother. At that time, he was conducting a PCR test at his workplace.
This woman has been fully vaccinated. He had even received a booster vaccine 12 days before the examination.
Quoting from the page The Sun, this woman previously did not feel any symptoms, Mother. However, he continued to self-isolate for a full 10 days before returning to work.
Unfortunately, on January 10, 2022, exactly 20 days after the first positive test, this woman felt unwell, coughed, and had a fever. He decided to do a COVID test and he came back positive.
Gemma Recio, one of the researchers from the Institut Catal de Salut, Spain, saw this case and realized that the Omicron variant has the potential to evade the immunity that is obtained from both the natural infection of the previous variant and the vaccine, Mother.
“In other words, people who have been infected with Covid-19 cannot assume that they are protected from reinfection, even if they have been fully vaccinated,” he said.
“Nevertheless, both prior infection with other variants and vaccination appear to partially protect against severe disease and hospitalization in those with Omicron.”
This was also approved by Prof. Lawrence Young, Virologist and Professor of Molecular Oncology, University of Warwick. He said the case could highlight Omicron’s ability to re-infect.
“Although it is difficult to estimate from a single case, this report highlights the ability of the Omicron variant (and its sub-variants) to re-infect even in fully vaccinated individuals.”
Not only that, it turns out that around 72 percent of British people also get reinfection, Mother. Click read the next page, come on.
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