A study revealed that infections might not grant long-lasting immunity to everyone who wrestles with the coronavirus.
As cited News24xx.com from NYnews, known that a pair of European patients have reportedly contracted COVID-19 after previous bouts with the infection. And the researchers raised their concerns.
Known that the two cases arose in Belgium and in the Netherlands, after a 33-year-old Hong Kong man and a woman in her 50s who had few virus-fighting antibodies after her initial infection, had been reinfected.
Reuters reported on Tuesday, Belgian virologist Marc Van Ranst told, “People are worried and ask if reinfection is ‘standard.’ I don’t think it is.”
Marion Koopmans, a top Dutch virologist and Michael Buchmeier, a professor of biology at the University of California at Irvine, said it’s too early to jump to conclusions based on the latest headlines.