April 8, 2020 | The Epoch Times
The patients from Daegu, in the southern part of the country, tested positive for the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus in a “relatively short time” after they were cleared from their initial COVID-19 cases, said the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) in a report carried by the Yonhap News Agency.
Their unusual results may have been due to reactivation from the virus, KCDC Director-General Jeong Eun-kyeong said, according to the government-backed Yonhap outlet on Monday.
A team of investigators were deployed to Daegu, the site of South Korea’s initial CCP virus outbreak earlier this year, to conduct an investigation into the test results.
In mainland China, where the virus first emerged last year, some whistleblower doctors in epicenter Wuhan warned that COVID-19 patients could get reinfected, reported the Taiwan News in February.
“It’s highly possible to get infected a second time,” one of the doctors said. That doctor remained anonymous out of fear of retaliation from the Chinese regime after another doctor, Li Wenliang, went on the record to raise warnings about COVID-19 before he was detained and rebuked by the CCP. He reportedly succumbed to the disease in February, although netizens and citizen journalists in China expressed their suspicions.
(Excerpt from The Epoch Times.)