'No proof' the individuals who contract coronavirus won't get reinfected, cautions WHO 
'No proof' the individuals who contract coronavirus won't get reinfected, cautions WHO Latest News
'No proof' the individuals who contract coronavirus won't get reinfected, cautions WHO Latest News



GENEVA: The World Health Organization (WHO) cautioned on Saturday that there is no proof that individuals who test positive for the new coronavirus are vaccinated and secured against reinfection.

The admonition proposes that the issuance of "insusceptible travel papers" may advance the proceeded with spread of the pandemic.

"There is right now no proof that individuals who have recuperated from #COVID19 and have antibodies are shielded from a subsequent disease," WHO said in an announcement.

"Starting at 24 April 2020, no examination has assessed whether the nearness of antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 presents invulnerability to ensuing contamination by this infection in people."

A few governments, needing a slow come back to work and the resumption of monetary action, have advanced the possibility of giving records bearing witness to the invulnerability of individuals based on serological tests uncovering the nearness of antibodies in the blood.

Be that as it may, the viability of an inoculation on account of antibodies has still not been built up and the accessible logical information don't legitimize the giving of an "invulnerable visa" or an "endorsement of nonattendance of hazard", cautions the WHO.

Now in the pandemic, there isn't sufficient proof about the adequacy of immunizer intervened invulnerability to ensure the exactness of a "resistance visa" or "hazard free testament."

"Individuals who expect that they are invulnerable to a second contamination since they have gotten a positive test outcome may disregard general wellbeing guidance," the WHO said.

"The utilization of such testaments may along these lines increment the dangers of proceeded with transmission."

WHO likewise accepts that the serological tests at present utilized "need extra approval to decide their precision and dependability".

Specifically, the tests need to make it conceivable to recognize the invulnerable reaction to the novel coronavirus from the antibodies created during a contamination by one more of the six known human coronaviruses, four of which are boundless, causing gentle colds.

The other two are liable for MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) and SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome).

"Individuals contaminated with either of these infections are equipped for delivering antibodies which cooperate with antibodies created in light of disease brought about by SARS-CoV-2", said WHO, empasising the significance of having the option to distinguish them.