AFAYETTE, Colo — A month 1/2 since her first time contracting the novel coronavirus, a woman in Lafayette found out she tested positive for COVID-19 — again.
Michelle Hart first developed COVID-19 symptoms at the end of April. Doctors administered a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PRC) test — commonly performed with a nasal swab for coronavirus. On May 2, Hart’s results returned positive.
Canadian woman says she’s tested positive for coronavirus 8 times: ‘COVID-19 has taken a lot out of me’
A Canadian woman who contracted the coronavirus in March has tested positive for the illness for an eighth time.
Tracy Schofield from Cambridge, Ontario, came down with COVID-19 symptoms including fever, chills and shortness of breath March 30 and tested positive for the first time March 31, according to CTV News. Since then, she has taken eight more tests, including one that inexplicably came back negative.
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Texas woman tests positive for coronavirus for second time
A woman in Texas recently took to social media, sharing her tearful journey after she says she contracted COVID-19 twice.
Meredith McKee urged her Facebook followers to take the disease seriously, and uploaded pictures from her hospital bed at Texas Health Presbyterian in Dallas, swathed in a face mask and gown.