India's first COVID-19 patient has tested positive for coronavirus, again


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A woman medico, who was India's first COVID-19 case, has tested positive again for the virus, health authorities said Thrissur, Kerala, on Tuesday. "She is reinfected with COVID-19. Her RT-PCR is positive, antigen is negative. She is asymptomatic," Thrissur DMO Dr K J Reena told PTI. Her samples were tested as she was prepared to go to New Delhi for study purposes.