More people are catching coronavirus a second time, increasing long-term Covid risks

Los Angeles: Emerging evidence suggests that re-infection with the coronavirus could increase long-term health risks, the DPA news agency reported. Earlier in the pandemic, infection was assumed to provide some degree of lasting protection, perhaps for a few months. With the coronavirus mutating, this is no longer a foregone conclusion. Each individual infection carries a …

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