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On 6/23/2020 at 7:45 PM, The Dean said:

 

And, given the recent reports of people testing negative after previously having the infection having relapses, suggests the virus may lay dormant for a period of time ("dormant" may not be the right medical/technical term). So some people are either getting it twice (which has not yet been established) or the virus simply lies in wait for a period of time, only to resurface. Since this virus is relatively new (less than a year old) do we REALLY know what might happen to those who show no/few symptoms for a period of time.

 

Russian roulette, indeed. 

From what I have read, it seems the vast majority of times when someone is re-infected it is with their own dormant virus after they have beaten the infection the first time. A very mysterious virus indeed. These weird little quirks about this virus is what gives me pause when thinking about a vaccine. I don’t have complete faith we will see an effective one, but I’ve been wrong before (a lot of times).

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18 hours ago, PetermansRedemption said:

From what I have read, it seems the vast majority of times when someone is re-infected it is with their own dormant virus after they have beaten the infection the first time. A very mysterious virus indeed. These weird little quirks about this virus is what gives me pause when thinking about a vaccine. I don’t have complete faith we will see an effective one, but I’ve been wrong before (a lot of times).

I have not seen any analysis of re-infections

 

 

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