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中山市特殊服务|商务模特预约平台〖微10596229〗-,The findings also show that people who have had coronavirus already should nonetheless get vaccinated if and when a vaccine becomes available, the researchers was quoted as saying.,,,,A man living in Hong Kong has been infected by the novel coronavirus for the second time, according to a research by the University of Hong Kong.。,Cases of presumed reinfection have been reported previously, but none have been confirmed with rigorous testing. Recovered people are known to carry viral fragments for weeks, which can lead to positive test results in the absence of live virus.,Cases of presumed reinfection have been reported previously, but none have been confirmed with rigorous testing. Recovered people are known to carry viral fragments for weeks, which can lead to positive test results in the absence of live virus.;,,。He tested positive again during the entry screening at the Hong Kong airport on Aug 15 when he returned from a trip in Spain via the United Kingdom. The man was hospitalized again and remained asymptomatic, said the research team of the University of Hong Kong.。The man, 33, was first confirmed to be infected on March 26, and was discharged from the hospital on April 14 after recovering from the disease.。The man, 33, was first confirmed to be infected on March 26, and was discharged from the hospital on April 14 after recovering from the disease.。Cases of presumed reinfection have been reported previously, but none have been confirmed with rigorous testing. Recovered people are known to carry viral fragments for weeks, which can lead to positive test results in the absence of live virus.。But the Hong Kong researchers sequenced the virus from both of the man's infections, and found significant differences, suggesting that the patient had been infected a second time.‘’"The second infection was completely asymptomatic – his immune response prevented the disease from getting worse," Akiko Iwasaki, an immunologist at Yale University was quoted as saying by New York Times.、..."The second infection was completely asymptomatic – his immune response prevented the disease from getting worse," Akiko Iwasaki, an immunologist at Yale University was quoted as saying by New York Times.。-南宁市男士养生特服私人会所〖微10596229〗-