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People With Allergic Conditions – Such As Hay Fever and Eczema – May Have a Lower Risk of COVID-19 Infection

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 2021-12-02

Cover picture for the articleOlder age, male sex, and other medical conditions not associated with heightened risk ….Unlike Asian ethnicity, obesity, overcrowding, socializing, and people-facing roles. People with allergic conditions such as hay fever, rhinitis, and atopic eczema, may have a lower risk of COVID-19 infection, especially if they also have asthma, finds a large,...

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Omicron variant symptoms ‘usual but mild,’ South African doctor saysDr. Angelique Coetzee: "So far, we have detected that those infected do not suffer the loss of taste or smell. They might have a slight cough."By Peter Aitken | Fox News

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Shoshanna Sarria
12-02

now we can't have runny nose or allergies they say is covid or any other illness , going to hospitals to sign our sentence Dead.

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Randall Young
12-04

taking meds like Sudafed +antihistamine probably drys your sinus and post nasal drip which helps protect against covid

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