Nevada man becomes first in US to contract coronavirus twice

Nevada man becomes first in US to contract coronavirus twice


A 25-year-old Nevada man has become the first confirmed case of a person being re-infected with the coronavirus in the US, researchers said Monday.

The patient was infected with two different genetic strains of COVID-19 in less than two months, according to a case study published in the medical journal “The Lancet.”

“The second infection was symptomatically more severe than the first,” the authors of the study wrote.

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The man, who had no underlying conditions, originally tested positive for the virus on April 18, and experienced symptoms including headache, coughing, nausea and diarrhea.

He isolated, got better and then tested negative twice in May.

But by the end of that month, the man went to an urgent care center with the same symptoms he’d felt before, plus fever and dizziness.

He tested positive again on June 5.

The patient was admitted to the hospital after suffering shortness of breath and requiring supplemental oxygen. He eventually recovered.

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