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昆明市酒店找兼职特服白领学生〖微10596229〗-A man living in Hong Kong has been infected by the novel coronavirus for the second time, according to a research by the University of Hong Kong.,,Experts said the finding was not unexpected, given the millions of people who have been infected worldwide.,The patient is believed to the world's first documented case of reinfection by SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.,,A man living in Hong Kong has been infected by the novel coronavirus for the second time, according to a research by the University of Hong Kong.。,The findings also show that people who have had coronavirus already should nonetheless get vaccinated if and when a vaccine becomes available, the researchers was quoted as saying.,But the Hong Kong researchers sequenced the virus from both of the man's infections, and found significant differences, suggesting that the patient had been infected a second time.;,He tested positive again during the entry screening at the Hong Kong airport on Aug 15 when he returned from a trip in Spain via the United Kingdom. The man was hospitalized again and remained asymptomatic, said the research team of the University of Hong Kong.,。"Natural infection created immunity that prevented disease but not reinfection," she said.。A man living in Hong Kong has been infected by the novel coronavirus for the second time, according to a research by the University of Hong Kong.。A man living in Hong Kong has been infected by the novel coronavirus for the second time, according to a research by the University of Hong Kong.。。The findings also show that people who have had coronavirus already should nonetheless get vaccinated if and when a vaccine becomes available, the researchers was quoted as saying.‘’A man living in Hong Kong has been infected by the novel coronavirus for the second time, according to a research by the University of Hong Kong.、..."The case illustrates that reinfection can occur even just after a few months of recovery from the first infection. Our finds suggest that SARS-CoV-2 may persist in humans, as is the case for other common cold-associated human coronaviruses, even if patients have acquired immunity via natural infection or via vaccination," the researchers told CNN.。-佛山市酒店找特服模特〖微10596229〗-