The news: ONE new study from Israel has found that fully vaccinated individuals are less likely to have long-lasting COVID-19 symptoms Nature.
the to learn — which has not been peer-reviewed but is available on a preprint server — found that those who had COVID-19 infection and had both doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine compared to those who who had had COVID-19 symptoms for a long time were less likely to have been unvaccinated.
Curiously, vaccinated people were less likely to report COVID-19 symptoms than those who had never contracted COVID-19.
What you say: “Here’s another reason to get vaccinated if you need one,” said co-author Michael Juwel, an epidemiologist at Bar-Ilan University in Safed, Israel, aloud Nature.com.
Other characters: A new study – published Tuesday in the medical journal Cell – discovered four factors that could indicate long-term COVID-19 infection, as I reported for the Deseret News.