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Lilian Cheng Aug 24
: 's microbiology team issued a press release suggesting the 33-year-old IT patient, who came back from , is the world’s first reinfected patient.
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Lilian Cheng
Some main parts from the report, if someone wants to read it thoroughly.
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Lilian Cheng Aug 24
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Lilian Cheng Aug 24
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Our scmp story on this: World’s first case of reinfection confirmed in study, as city reports single-digit rise in cases for first time since early July
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Lilian Cheng Aug 25
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The full report has been published here:
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ketan kurtadikar Aug 24
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ketan kurtadikar Aug 24
You think there might have been other such cases but didn't get tested?
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Paul Bieniasz Aug 24
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do you have a link to the full paper?
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salvatoreDelGiudice Aug 25
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Dr CJ Houldcroft 🕷️ Aug 24
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Thanks! That's the sort of reinfection clinical course I think most virologists would expect.
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Jeffrey Barrett Aug 24
You mean the second infection is asymptomatic? This is super important, as this is already starting to get media attention (of course).
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L. Elizabeth Aug 24
Replying to @cwylilian
Thanks for sharing this.
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