Re-infection with coronavirus is considered a rare
Disease resident of Nevada became the first confirmed case in the United States among the nearly six million cases in the country.
In Nevada, 25-year-old patient became the first resident of the United States, which confirmed re-infection with coronavirus. This is stated in the Preprint of the article prepared by scientists from Nevada, according to a jellyfish.
April 18, the man, whose name was not disclosed, was first diagnosed with coronavirus infection, to April 27 had disappeared with the symptoms. Two tests for infection conducted on 9 and 25 may, were negative.
But on may 28, the patient again became ill, he developed more severe disease caused by a coronavirus. Genome sequencing of the virus showed that the second infection is different from the first.
The study’s authors believe that repeated infection with coronavirus is rare. Disease resident of Nevada became the first confirmed case in the United States among the nearly six million cases COVID-19 in the country.
This is the fourth confirmed case of re-infection by the coronavirus in the world. The first case was registered by scientists from Hong Kong, two more confirmed in the Netherlands and Belgium.