National Health and Care Commission: New Coronary Virus Pneumonia cured Patients Still Have possibility of Reinfection

On the afternoon of January 31, the National Health and Health Commission (NSC) held a press conference, and Zhan Qingyuan, director of the Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine Department at the China-Japan Friendship Hospital, said that the new coronavirus pneumonia had been cured and there was still a possibility of re-infection. Zhan Qingyuan pointed out that from the general law of viral infection, the virus infection will produce a certain antibody, the human body has a protective effect.

But some antibodies may not last that long, so those who have recovered are still at risk of reinfection, so cured patients should be more protective.

National Health and Care Commission: New Coronary Virus Pneumonia Has Been Cured Patients Still Have Reinfection

According to the official website of the Health and Health Commission, on January 30, at 0-24 hours, 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities directly under the central government) and Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps reported 1982 new confirmed cases, 157 new cases of severe illness, 43 new deaths (42 in Hubei Province, 1 case in Heilongjiang Province), and 47 new cases of cured discharge, 4812 new suspected cases.

As of 24 hours on January 30, the National Health and Health Commission had received a cumulative total of 9692 confirmed cases (1 confirmed case in Sichuan Province) from 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities directly under the Central Government) and Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps, 1527 cases of severe illness, 23 deaths, and 171 cumulative cured discharges, There were 15,238 suspected cases.