WHO confused about COVID-19! Had to delete his own tweet

WHO confused about COVID-19! Had to delete his own tweet
WHO confused about COVID-19! Had to delete his own tweet

The World Health Organization (WHO) is continuously making the world aware about the global epidemic corona virus. The WHO on Saturday tweeted a tweet warning people, which stirred the world. However, the WHO later had to delete this tweet.

The WHO said in its tweet that there is no evidence that antibodies are produced in the body of people recovering from COVID-19 or they are protected from second infection.

In fact, there have been many cases in China and South Korea where patients recovered from Corona are coming out positive again. Doctors found that in many cases after the recovery, the patient test was negative, but after 50 to 70 days it again turned out to be positive.

Quoting this tweet by the WHO, Faheem Yunus, Chief of Infectious Deleases at the University of America and Maryland, said that people need not be scared unnecessarily. Patients who recover completely from viral infections are also usually immunized. This immunity can last from months to years. There is no need to fear such things. Shortly after the doctor's response, the WHO deleted its twitter.

Dr. Yunus also cited two reasons for COVID patients to be positive again. He said that the test that happened earlier may be wrong. One reason may also be that dead viral RNA is picked up in the test, there is no active disease.

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