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Increased risk of corona re-infection

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 Increased risk of corona re-infection: 4 health workers in Mumbai re-infected in 19 to 65 days, had mild symptoms for the first time, but did not develop antibodies after recovery

Four health workers in Mumbai have been diagnosed with corona re-infection. They are infected with corona 19 to 65 days after first recovering from the infection. Surprisingly, they did not produce antibodies even after the first transition. In four cases, reports from Corona's genome revealed that the virus mutated 39 times.

The entire case study has been published in the Lancet Medical Journal. The genome sequencing of the corona found in four cases has been done by the Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology in Delhi. Dr. involved in the investigation team. Rajesh Pandey said that the virus has divided itself. It is often mutated in such a way that the buds explode from the same tree.

When did you find out about re-infection?

When the patient's report comes back negative after fighting corona. Shortly after this re-infection occurs it is called re-infection. Corona's re-infection case first appeared in a 33-year-old IT professional in Hong Kong.

The first case of re-infection in India came in Bengaluru. In the first week of September, a 27-year-old woman was diagnosed with a relapse.

The largest group of re-infections in the country

According to the research report, a group of four health workers in Mumbai is the largest re-infection group ever. It includes 3 doctors from Nair Hospital and one health care worker from Hinduja Hospital.

When these four first became infected with the corona, mild symptoms appeared 2-5 days later, such as sore throat and cough. Symptoms when re-infected were alarming. He showed symptoms like fever, headache and muscle aches for 2-3 weeks. One patient's condition worsened to the point that he had to undergo plasma therapy.

Dangerous strain of corona in two patients

Dr. According to Rajesh Pandey, Corona D614G has been found in 2 out of 4 patients, which is considered dangerous and serious for the patient. If the corona mutation occurs quickly, the vaccine may not be effective.

No antibodies were found in the patient with mild symptoms

Dr. Nair Hospital microbiologist. According to Jayanti Shastri, the most shocking thing is that all four patients did not develop antibodies after the first transition, and patients with mild symptoms did not necessarily develop antibodies.

He further said that genome sequencing requires first and second transition RNA, the biggest challenge being to store it. Many hospitals do not have good facilities to store this. Dr. Jayanti has stored the RNA data of these patients, so that further research can be put to work. According to the report, RNA needs to be preserved even after the first transition.


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