Tengiz Tsertsvadze, the head of Tbilisi's infectious diseases, Aids, and immunology research center, says that cases of coronavirus reinfection have been detected in Georgia.
"Antibodies may be developed, but they may fail to ensure enough protection. Some recovered coronavirus patients may develop relatively strong immune systems, while others may fail to do so. We have already seen similar cases when people have insufficient antibodies and catch the virus for the second time. Some of our former patients have already contracted it twice. We have so far confirmed around three cases of reinfection," Tsertsvadze told Formula TV.