Most of the study participants had mild or moderate COVID-19 symptoms and were not hospitalized.
About a quarter of young adults were still not back to their normal health weeks after contracting the infection, even if they had no underlying medical conditions.
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WHO still maintains that COVID-19 is largely spread through larger droplets from coughs and sneezes.
The man was taking disulfiram, a medication to treat alcohol abuse that causes hangover-like effects.
Scientists in China are now warning that they have identified a new flu virus in pigs that could possibly cause a future flu pandemic.
But some cloth masks appear to work better than others at stopping the spread of potentially infectious droplets.