The decisive answer to the puzzling question: Does Corona hit the patient twice?

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Contagious Again it seems totally improbable.

On Monday, both the chief science advisor to the British government Sir Patrick Vallance and the chief medical advisor to the British Prime Minister sought Boris Johnson Chris White, to reassure the common people, said that those who once contracted the virus will develop some Immunity, And they rarely develop infectious disease again.

The question was raised for the first time last month, after Japanese authorities said that a woman was infected With the virus, And declared that she had recovered and became free from the virus "Positive" Once again, the thing that left the scientists confused about this news and worried them as well.

The University of Leeds virologist, Mark Harris, said the infection was again in this case "Not likely", But he added that "There is some evidence in the scientific literature on the persistent infection of corona viruses from animals, especially viruses in bats".

When Valance, the chief science adviser to the British government, was asked at a press conference on Monday whether the Japanese condition means that immunity is no longer achievable, he answered that some people get infectious diseases again, but this is rare, adding that there is no evidence to suggest Until the same will happen with Corona Virus the new.

For his part, White said that with illnesses, even if there is no immunity in the long run, there is usually some short-term immunity, according to the British Guardian newspaper.

Honorary Professor of Infectious Diseases at Brighton College and Sussex Medical College, John Cohen said: "The answer is that we simply don’t know about the possibility of getting an infection again yet because we don’t have an antibody test".

He continued, saying: "However, it is very likely, based on other viral diseases, that once a person becomes infected, he will generally be immune and will not catch them again. But there will always be a strange exception, and this is definitely a reasonable expectation".

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The final answer to this big question may not be known yet, but experts say the patient himself was injured Contagious Again it seems totally improbable.

On Monday, both the chief science advisor to the British government Sir Patrick Vallance and the chief medical advisor to the British Prime Minister sought Boris Johnson Chris White, to reassure the common people, said that those who once contracted the virus will develop some Immunity, And they rarely develop infectious disease again.

The question was raised for the first time last month, after Japanese authorities said that a woman was infected With the virusAnd announced that she had recovered and became free from the virus, the results of her examination again showed that it was “positive” again, which left the scientists confused about this news and also worried them.

Mark Harris, an expert in virology at the University of Leeds, said that infection again in this case “is unlikely”, but added that “there is some evidence in the scientific literature on the persistence of corona viruses from animals, especially viruses in bats.”

When Valance, the chief science adviser to the British government, was asked at a press conference on Monday whether the Japanese condition means that immunity is no longer achievable, he answered that some people get infectious diseases again, but this is rare, adding that there is no evidence to suggest Until the same will happen with Corona Virus the new.

For his part, White said that with illnesses, even if there is no immunity in the long run, there is usually some short-term immunity, according to the British Guardian newspaper.

In turn, the honorary infectious disease professor at Brighton College and the Sussex Medical College, John Cohen said: “The answer is that we simply do not know about the possibility of infection again yet because we do not have an antibody test.”

“However, it is very likely, based on other viral diseases, that once a person becomes infected, he will generally be immune and will not catch them again. But there will always be a strange exception, and this is certainly a reasonable expectation.”







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