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CDC study finds nursing home residents that appear to have recovered from Covid were reinfected with an even worse infection – CNBC

A new CDC study released on Thursday suggests some people may be susceptible to coronavirus reinfection and could have worse outcomes later on.

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A new CDC study found that some elderly people who apparently recovered from the coronavirus later came down with a second, even worse case indicating that asymptomatic or mild cases may not provide a lot of protection against becoming reinfected with Covid-19.
The study, published Thursday in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, studied two separate outbreaks that occurred three months apart at a skilled nursing facility in Kentucky. Between mid-July…

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