A Patient Caught Covid-19 Twice- And The Second Infection Might Be Severe Than The First Infetion

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Vox News reports. “Covid-19 may also be much worse the second time around. During his first infection, my patient experienced a mild cough and sore throat. His second infection, in contrast, was marked by a high fever, shortness of breath, and hypoxia, resulting in multiple trips to the hospital.”

Recent reports and conversations with physician colleagues suggest my patient is not alone. Two patients in New Jersey, for instance, appear to have contracted Covid-19 a second time almost two months after fully recovering from their first infection. Daniel Griffin, a physician and researcher at Columbia in New York, recently described a case of presumed reinfection on the This Week in Virology podcast.”

The doctor said his 50-year-old patient asked in disbelief:  “Wait. I can catch COVID twice?” my

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