According to a new study, recurrent COVID-19 infections can lead to significant health consequences such as organ failure and even death. The details of the news are in our content…👇
The coronavirus, which was said to have first appeared in Asian countries, spread rapidly all over the world. More than 6 million people died due to the epidemic.
A new study has found that individuals who are infected multiple times with the virus are twice as likely to die and three times more likely to be hospitalized than people who are infected once.
The study was conducted by analyzing 5.8 million medical records with patients of all races, ages and genders.
The study, published in Nature Medicine, found that people who had had the disease multiple times were three and a half times more likely to develop lung problems, three times more likely to develop heart conditions, and 1.6 times more likely to experience a random brain problem.
The person in charge of the study was Dr. Ziyad Al-Aly, “It turned out that second, third or fourth time infection can cause important health problems in the first 30 days after infection and in the process called ‘long covid’.” said.
“Research results show that even if you’ve had two infections, avoiding the third is valuable to your health.”