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- Aug 26, 2018
I agree. If you didn't make antibodies strong enough to overcome the virus, you wouldn't get over the virus in the first place. Getting re-infected soon after recovery would imply a different strain, mutated sufficiently that your antibodies became irrelevant.I don’t buy that people can get it a second time, especially in such a short timeframe.
imagine that when you get infected, the volume of viruses produced becomes like a swimming pool full of water. Your immune system mounts a response and drains the pool. Then right after it’s challenged with 1 drop and all the immunity your body built to drain the pool can’t handle that one drop.
unlikely. Unless you encounter a mutated virus your immunity is ineffective against.
sometimes immunity can dwindle over time, but not in days or weeks. Usually it’s years or decades.
the more likely explanation is that either the first of the second Illness was misattributed to Coronavirus. something like a false positive test result. Or they are going on clinical symptoms alone which is highly inaccurate.
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