More South Korean Recovered COVID-19 Cases Test Positive For The Virus Again

4 years agoWed, 15 Apr 2020 10:43:39 GMT
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More South Korean Recovered COVID-19 Cases Test Positive For The Virus Again

More people who had recovered from COVID-19 are testing positive for the virus in South Korea, Aljazeera reports. Last week it was reported that 91 people had tested positive for the virus after they had recorded from COVID-19. South Korea which has 10 537 cases and 217 cases recorded 25 new cases of people testing positive for the virus again.

Last week the officials and other analysts said it might have been a case of faulty tests why so many people were testing positive again a question that was further asked by Aljazeera’s Rob McBride who was reporting from Seoul. McBride said:

Does that mean that there had been a problem in testing? Does it mean that there are many more questions about this virus that the experts simply don’t know? Could it be mutating in some form?” said McBride.

So there are questions and of course they’re questions that are important not only here in South Korea but with epidemiologists the world over, who are in the thick of it as the pandemic advances.

South Korea is reportedly investigating why so many people are testing positive and they are still investigating the cause of such anomalies.

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