While the countries like France and Norway are contemplating on re-impose strict lockdown with a sudden spike of cases from zero, Hyderabad health officials dropped a bombshell which left the citizen in shock.
In contrary to the COVID19 recovery rate of 75.92 per cent, tensions ran high as a few cases hinted the prevalence of the second wave in the country. States like Maharastra snubbed the rumours stating that the state still hasn’t reached the peak. Amidst the growing concerns, news over a corona recovery in Hyderabad re-infected with corona fueled the ‘Second Wave’ rumours.
Startling the citizens who are already in the shadow of corona from the past few days, the officials revealed that the chance of getting re-infected is apparently high.
“There are many such cases and experts are looking into the anti-bodies pattern. It can be interpreted that the antibodies produced after the body fights with corona are turning out weak increasing the chances of reinfection,” averred an official.
Statistics have already revealed that one out of every four citizens are already infected while the city is on the verge of hiring the peak stage. Reacting to the second wave news, ICMR chief Dr Balram Bhargava said has said that it is difficult to predict whether or not India will see a second wave of Covid-19 infections and there will be smaller peaks at different times due to varied geography of the country.