Coronavirus: Is infection twice a challenge for vaccines?

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  • Sotic Biswas
  • BBC correspondent in India

Pallava Bagla (right) became infected and was hospitalized within weeks of being fully vaccinated

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Pallava Bagla (right) became infected and was hospitalized within weeks of being fully vaccinated

Three weeks after he was fully vaccinated against the Coronavirus, a journalist specializing in scientific affairs in Delhi developed a high fever, sore throat and a feeling of fatigue all over his body. On April 22, 58-year-old journalist Pallava Bagla was found infected with the Coronavirus.

After four days, the results of an imaging of his lungs showed that their color began to turn white, and this is a sign of infection with the virus.

Eight days after the first symptom appeared and he still had a fever, he was taken to hospital.

At the “All India” Institute of Medical Sciences, he underwent blood tests and started taking steroids because he suffers from diabetes, and his blood sugar level has risen, but fortunately for him, his oxygen levels have never dropped dangerously.





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