Re-infection with SARS-CoV-2: a Case Report from North-Western India
Re-infection due to SARS CoV-2is reported in low numbers round the globe. It is significant to understand each reinfection cases.
We present here a case of 44 year old healthcare worker with a probable case of re-infection with SARS CoV-2. The symptoms during the second episode were more severe than the first episode. The RT-PCR cycle threshold (Ct) values during both the episodes were consistent with the positive report. The IgG antibody detected after the second episode may show that more severe symptoms imply a more robust immune response. Conclusion: The severity of symptoms, antibody responses, infectivity was profound during the probable SARS CoV-2 reinfection.