You’re More At Risk For Contracting COVID If You Have This Condition, Research Says

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The first coronavirus patient in the United States was discovered at the beginning of January, last year. Since then, there have been more than 27,799,946 confirmed cases in America, while 479,772 people lost their lives in their battle against COVID-19. Since then, we’ve managed to learn a lot about this virus and gathered more info about the most vulnerable categories.

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While the elderly and people who have underlying health conditions are more at risk for developing a serious COVID-19 case, there is still a lot to know about the people that are the most vulnerable in the face of the virus and new discoveries are being made every day.

In fact, a recent study conducted by a team of researchers at the School of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University has discovered that dementia patients are twice as likely to contract the virus compared to healthy individuals.

Read on to find out more about these findings!

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