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Younger adults at risk of organ damage due to COVID

A report has confirmed that younger adults are at high risk of organ damage to COVID.

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A report has confirmed that younger adults are at high risk of organ damage to COVID.

The complications can also be experienced by people over 50 years of age. Four in 10 of those between 19 and 49 developed problems with their kidneys, lungs, or other organs while treated. The research looked at 73,197 adults of all ages across 302 UK hospitals in the first wave of Covid in 2020.

The study, conducted by researchers at seven UK universities, the Department of Health and Social Care and Public Health England, looked at the number of “complications” in those needing hospital treatment for Covid-19, defined as an organ-specific medical diagnosis.

Other than that, the last month’s report showed that AstraZeneca can cause serious ear inflammation in young patients. The study, published in the medical journal the Lancet, found that those with pre-existing conditions were more likely to report complications but the risk was high even in young, previously healthy individuals.

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