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Healthcare worker tests positive for COVID-19 twice in 20 days in world first since pandemic began, study suggests

A healthcare worker was infected with COVID-19 twice in just 20 days - believed to be the shortest time between two infections documented since the pandemic began. The Spanish woman, 31, became infected with the Delta variant followed by the Omicron variant of the virus in under three weeks, according to a study. Researchers say the case shows that even vaccinated people who have had COVID-19 'cannot assume they are protected against reinfection'. Dr Gemma Recio, of the Institut Catala de la Salut in Spain, one of the study's authors, said it highlights the potential of the Omicron variant to evade previous immunity.

Sky News - April 21, 2022

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