Coronavirus survivors keep retesting positive, and we don’t know why

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  • Coronavirus survivors keep testing positive after recovery, puzzling physicians.
  • Some patients have retested positive 70 days after the original infections, and doctors are struggling to find an explanation or a cure.
  • It’s unclear whether they’re contagious or whether they’ve been infected a second time. Some are showing symptoms, while others aren’t.
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An increasing number of reports indicate that some novel coronavirus survivors can test positive again several days after being discharged from hospitals. Some of them have been showing mild symptoms in Korea, but authorities can’t explain what’s actually happening. We’ve seen such reports from China over the past few weeks, with patients having been isolated for a second time upon retesting positive.

It turns out that some people can carry the virus for months after being declared cured, according to a new report. Authorities are scrambling to understand whether a patient who keeps testing positive after recovery is infectious to others, and some are considering new discharge protocols as a result.

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