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Can people get infected twice with the Omicron variant? How likely is this to happen, experts answered

Due to the Omicron variant of Coronavirus, a new wave of corona is being seen in the world.

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coronavirus (Coronavirus) of the latest and rapidly spreading Omicron variant (Omicron Variant) can infect the same person twice. Experts say that this may not be rare at all. This information has come to the fore at a time when the world is witnessing a new wave of corona.Covid Wave in World) is struggling with. Currently, Omicron variants are behind the corona wave. Corona cases are increasing rapidly in many countries including India, America, Australia. Due to this, there has been a situation of imposing lockdown in many countries.

American epidemiologist Eric Fiegel-Ding (Eric Feigl-Ding) said that it is certainly possible to re-infect the Omicron variant. If the person has been infected with Omicron in the first place, then the virus would have had less effect at that time, due to which the immune system could not be activated properly. At the same time, the risk of getting infected a second time with the Omicron variant can increase even if a person’s immune system is weak.

He tweeted, ‘In recent days, after being infected with the Omicron variant, many cases of re-infection with this variant have been reported. This is certainly possible if your first Omicron variant infection was low-dose. It didn’t stimulate your immune system properly. If your immune system is weak, then you are at risk. So be careful friends.

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