1. Keith Wycoff Keith Wycoff United States says:

    Keep in mind that a second SARS-CoV infection was ASSOCIATED with an increase in "all-cause mortality, hospitalization, and least one sequelae...". However, it doesn't mean that the second infection "caused" that increase. It may simply be that individuals who are already less healthy (and thus more likely to have bad outcomes from any disease) are also more likely to get a second SARS-CoV infection.

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