The new corona virus can remain in the body even after being cured in Kovid-19 patients. This was asserted in a recent study which was also cautioned. He said people emerging from quarantine should avoid close contact with others, wear face masks and undergo additional testing if necessary so that the virus can be eradicated. A study of 131 people found that 17% were corona positive even after follow-up screening. At the same time, 131 people involved in the study met the standards of the World Health Organization on the basis of which they were allowed to abolish the quarantine.
People have found positive again
Study researcher Francesco from Italy says: “Our results indicate that many patients who have recovered from Kovid-19 have carriers of the virus without symptoms.” Researchers in the study looked at patients who had recovered from Kovid-19. After studying the effect of the virus on these people, it was found that people who had symptoms such as breathing problems, sore throat, were more likely to be found positive. The study again found 22 positives. The researchers say that the persistence of these symptoms should not be underestimated and that those considered well should be taken care of as well.
What is the WHO standard?
Franchisco says clinicians and researchers have noted the acute phase of Kovid-19, but monitoring is still needed after discharge. According to the WHO, a patient should not have a fever for three days without medication to complete quarantine, the symptoms of Kovid-19 should be alleviated, and a symptom should be over for seven days. It also states that in a test performed at a 24 hour interval, the patient’s test should be twice negative.
We must take precautions
To prevent the spread of SARS-CoV-2, Francesco says it’s important to know if the virus can spread from person to person even if the virus remains intact? According to scientists, in the RT-PCR test, a small RNA of viral genetic material is detected and when it is positive it can be detected if parts of the virus remain. However, it is not clear whether the virus can spread to others or not. Therefore, as a precaution, patients should be vigilant and avoid close contact with others, wear masks and, if possible, take swabs from the nose and throat.
Antibodies decrease over time
Previously, a study from Imperial College London examined over 3.65,000 people in England. The study found that the anti-corobia-protective antibodies responsible for Kovid-19 decline over time, indicating that immunity may persist for only a few months. The study noted that the incidence of weak antibodies was seen more in people aged 75 and older than in young people.