COVID-19 cases have breached the 18 million mark globally and there’s still a lot that remains unknown about the spread of the viral infection. Since it is a novel coronavirus, scientists are still trying to figure out as to why the infection impacts people differently. While many tend to suffer from a milder form of infection, some belonging to higher-risk categories carry a more severe risk, whereas others tend to be asymptomatic. Nonetheless, the same strain of the virus can leave lasting impacts on people, even after they have recovered.
While we still continue to battle the surge and might as well adapt and learn to live with the virus, a recent study done by King’s College, London, has now found out that even though there is just a single virus which is wreaking havoc the world over, there are six different types of infections observed in people.