The line between truth and lies is becoming ever murkier. It’s possible the virus sticks around in the body longer than expected, because patients still testing positive for the virus after they have recovered or even getting sick again.
People who appear to recover and then show symptoms again may have suffered a relapse of the same infection. Patients produced thousands to millions of viruses in their noses and throats, about 1,000 times as much virus as produced in SARS patients, that heavy load of viruses may help explain why the new coronavirus is so infectious.
If antibodies cannot be detected, it is because viruses are constantly replicating and antibodies are generated to neutralize them. Otherwise, it indicates viruses have been deactivated.
For most people, medicine treatment can't cure chronic hepatitis B, only suppressing the replication of the virus. Therefore, most people who start treatment must continue it for life.
Based on experience from SARS and MERS and AIDS, virus covid- 19 stay in human body permanent. On patients after they have recovered the researchers could still detect the virus’s genetic material, RNA, in patients’ swabs or samples, but could no longer find infectious viruses.
That’s an indication that antibodies that the body’s immune system makes against SARS-CoV-2 are killing viruses that get out of cells.