Ninety-one Coronavirus patients have tested positive again to the deadly killer virus after recovering from the disease according to the Korean Center For Disease Control.
According to KCDC, a viral test on such cases was underway as the 91 people had tested positive for the new coronavirus after they were released from quarantine.
According to Mr. Jeong Eun-kyeong the KCDC Director-General, the test results will be out at least 2 weeks from now as the Korean Health officials will look into whether those who re-tested positive had an antibody that would indicate whether they had recovered.
“We are isolating viral cells from respiratory organs of those who have tested positive for COVID-19 again,” KCDC Director-General told reporters on Friday.
KCDC officials and the WHO believes that the virus was hoping to have been re-activated init’s hosts cells, instead of the people being reinfected, as they tested positive again immediately they were discharged from quarantine. Read Here