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It is appropriate to say: but what a bad luck! It was not enough to take the covid once, with everything that follows from closed quarantine at home, rapid or molecular swabs that are to get out of the nightmare, rebounds of skills between the various health authorities. Now extends the list of those who have taken the virus from the East for the second time. Despite the first recovery and maybe even the two doses of vaccine to complete the cycle. But who are these unfortunates of the covid bis? The identikit has the contours of women, young people, unvaccinated, people who have become infected in less recent times and health workers. Above all, the omicron variant is frightening. “In the last week, the percentage of covid reinfections out of the total reported cases was equal to 3.3 percent, stable compared to the previous week”, reads the latest update of the report “Covid-19: surveillance, impact of infections and vaccination efficacy “drawn up by the Higher Institute of Health.

THE BILLS – The accounts are soon done. “The analysis of the risk of reinfection starting from 6 December 2021 (the date considered to be the reference date for the start of the diffusion of the mmicron variant) shows an increase in the relative risk of reinfection for those who had the first covid diagnosis notified for over 210 years days compared to those who had the first diagnosis between 90 and 210 days earlier “, we read in the update of the report on the Chinese infection,” in the unvaccinated or vaccinated with at least one dose for over 120 days, compared to vaccinated with at least a dose within 120 days; in females compared to males “. After four / six months the antibodies begin to drop and even the immune memory, as the days go by, would seem to awaken with less vigor. SCHOOL CHILDREN AND CAREERS Why are women, children, adolescents or adults, at greater risk? According to the studies of the ISS (Higher Institute of Health), the school has a significant impact, where the pink presence reaches 80 percent and where controls are very intense. Without forgetting the aspect of caregivers in the family, a role very often played by women. Just think of the carers. But also young people, as we said, must be very careful. It starts at the age of twelve and reaches up to 49: this large population group under 50 risks more than the 50-59 age group. Because? The motivation, in this specific case, is more banal. We tend to get reinfected because we are less careful, we go out more, we have aperitifs, lunches and dinners in company. And, of course, there is also a less strong perception of the covid danger. Above all, those who have already completed the vaccination cycle feel “invincible” and therefore let their guard down, perhaps even using a little mask or slipping into beautiful full-bodied gatherings. Finally, here are the health workers. Doctors and nurses who work in hospitals on all. Across Italy, from north to south, 251,633 cases of reinfection were reported from 24 August to 9 March, or three per cent of the total number of cases registered.

THE VARIANT – The omicron variant is made up of four different abbreviations: two types of BA.1, BA.2 and BA.3 which has not yet been analyzed. BA.2, the so-called omicron 2, has an incidence of ten percent, is more infectious and mainly affects the elderly with generally weaker immune systems. Two doses against omicron, in these cases, are not enough, and the booster is necessarily needed to close the cycle and cover well against any possible form of contagion. It should be emphasized, however, that in the vast majority of reinfection cases, these are milder forms of the disease. The symptoms, in fact, are quite mild: cold, joint pain, often accompanied by a little fever. The omicron variant, in fact, has the characteristic of infecting the upper airways rather than the lungs and therefore the virus does not descend deeply in most cases. IMMUNE RESPONSE In any case, the severity of the infection also depends on the previous pathologies and the clinical picture of the individual person. More generally, according to the Federation of Medical Orders (Fnomceo), reinfections with the omicron variant are more frequent with the passage of time. Reason? The first hypothesis is because the immune response produced by vaccination or a previous infection could lose strength over time. The second, however, could be sought in the fact that the organism in question struggles to recognize the cascade mutations that gradually differentiate from the original virus.