January 20th – Wilber Portillo, an 18-year-old boy in Denver, Colorado, died after contracting the novel coronavirus, which was his second infection.
According to Fox News on the 19th, in early October 2020, Bertillo tested positive for the novel coronavirus and turned negative after a month of isolation. Bertillo’s condition worsened in November.
He went to see a doctor on November 18, 2020, and was diagnosed with a severe respiratory infection. He was tested for the novel coronavirus again the same day. Bertillo died in his sleep that night, and two days later his coronavirus test showed positive.
Bertillo’s cousin believes that Bertillo recovered from the first coronavirus infection, which is Bertillo’s second infection.
Bertillo’s girlfriend Andrea Farrell said that Bertillo had developed immunity after recovering, but during the second week of November 2020, Portillo fell ill again.
According to the report, scientists are still studying whether the novel coronavirus has a longer active period and whether the activity of the virus will suddenly increase during the active period.