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Immunological dysfunction persists for 8 months 

Immunological dysfunction persists for 8 months following initial mild-to-moderate SARS-CoV-2 infection. Considering that a this is what most of those who catch Covid-19 experiences, this is pretty alarming. And since the first Omicron wave, many Europeans and Americans has caught it 2-3 times during 2022. And there is no reson to believe this pattern of repeated infections will change during 2023 without mitigation measures. Catching Covid twice or more per year likely leads to a downward spiral for the immune system.

Peter Lindberg

By Peter Lindberg

Peter Lindberg is a commercial photographer & videographer, once educated to become an electronics engineer. Always been a science buff and interested in medicine and technology. Main hobbies are cars/racing and music. Lives in the western Sweden countryside farmland locally called "Schlätta".

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