Hoping your next bout of COVID might be milder than your first? One study suggests it could be worse

Hoping your next bout of COVID might be milder than your first? One study suggests it could be worse

Hoping your next bout of COVID might be milder than your first? One study suggests it could be worse Early research suggests that if you catch COVID-19 more than once, you're more likely to face serious health issues. Key points: - COVID-19 infections are on the rise again, thanks to the latest sub-variants of Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 - A study, which has yet to be peer-reviewed, shows re-infection is likely to be more severe - COVID-19 predicted to be a leading killer of Australians this year Re-infections of the virus are on the rise in Australia following the growth of two sub-variants of Omicron, BA.4 and BA.5, which are expected to soon become the most dominant COVID-19 strains. There had been hope that the health risks associated with contracting …
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