(Deepshikha Gautam, Intern Journalist) New Delhi: Patients with mild symptoms can also become infected again after recovering. Once cured, it does not mean that coronavirus does not attack them again. This has been revealed in a recent report. The report claims that the antibodies produced with mild symptoms are halved with 73 days.

This weakens the protective shell made in the patient’s body and puts him at risk of infection. The study was published in the New England Journal of Medical, in which researchers sampled 35 mildly symptomatic patients with their antibodies. The symptoms of these patients were so low that they did not need to be admitted to the ICU. Out of this, only two patients had to be given medicines used in HIV for treatment. Not a single person in all of these patients needed a ventilator, nor were they given Remedesivir medicine. The antibodies were taken for the first time 37 days after these patients showed symptoms, which was studied.

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