Survivors not safe from re-infection: Lancet

Survivors not safe from re-infection: Lancet

New York: If you’re planning on avoiding drops just because you’ve survived a coward, think twice. According to a new study, young people can re-catch the virus despite the pre-Covid 19 infection and still spread it to others.
Even after previous infections and the presence of antibodies, vaccination is necessary to boost the immune response, prevent re-infection, reduce transmission, and that young people should adopt the vaccine wherever possible, according to a study published in the journal Emphasizes Lancet Respiratory Medicine.
Stuart Selfen, a professor at the Icon School of Medicine in Mount Sinai, USA, said: Required.”
In the study, the team consisted of 2,346 U.S. Marine Corps young men and foot marines – 189 seropositive (they had previously been infected with SARS coyote 2 and had antibodies) and 2,247 seronegatives at the start of the study. Were
Between May and November 2020, there were 1,098 (45%) new infections in both groups of recruits. In seropositive participants, 19 (10%) tested positive for a second infection during the study. Of those recruited during the study, who were seronegative, 1,079 (48%) were affected.
Furthermore, they found that participants in the seropositive group who became re-infected had lower levels of antibodies against the SARS-Co-2 virus that were not re-infected. Neutral antibodies were also less common – 45 out of 54 (83%) non-infectious, and 19 (6%) 19 re-participants.
In addition, they found that the viral load (measuring the amount of SARS-Co-2 virus measuring) in re-infected seropositive recruits was on average 10 times lower than in infected seronegative participants, which may mean that some infected individuals Still capable of it. Transmission of the infection However, this team needs further investigation.

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