good questions. From what I’ve read online, the speculation has been related to issues with the testing. Getting inaccurate tests that tells them they’re negative when they’re still sick and then later getting a positive. Is this because we insisted on creating our own tests rather than use the WHO ones?And I still have questions about it other than can a person test positive, then negative and then positive again at some point.
Has anyone survived initial infection, been deemed "recovered" and then gotten infected again and died from COVID-19? Or been confirmed to have spread it on the second infection? Or been hospitalized for the second infection?
I also wonder what “Recovered” even means. Not dead? No longer showing most symptoms but still haven’t regained pre-covid energy? No longer showing symptoms but damaged lungs or heart? I have two colleagues who have “recovered.” They still tire easily and say at times at night they can feel their heart racing. That’s recovered?