This was stated by Ancha Baranova, professor at George Mason University.
According to the British scientist, people who have already had coronavirus may become more vulnerable to a new type of COVID-19, writes “MK in Volgograd” with reference to RIA Novosti.
As it turned out, the new strain of coronavirus is related to those who had had it in the first wave. Depending on the type of antibodies that have formed in their blood, they may be less protected and reinfected. According to Baranova, there is “as lucky as anyone.”
Recall that a new strain of coronavirus has been identified in Foggy Albion, which is spreading faster. The new variant of COVID-19 is 70% more infectious than usual.