Exposure to children associated with less severe COVID-19 among adults

Exposure to young children was associated with less severe COVID-19 illness among adults, according to a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
Matthew D. Solomon, MD, a cardiologist and researcher at Kaiser Permanente, and colleagues suggested that cross-immunity from exposure to endemic coronaviruses might provide some protection.
“Ever since the pandemic started, the medical community has been working feverishly to learn everything we can about the COVID-19 virus, and one of the most striking features of the virus is how

Exposure to young children was associated with less severe COVID-19 illness among adults, according to a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
Matthew D. Solomon, MD, a cardiologist and researcher at Kaiser Permanente, and colleagues suggested that cross-immunity from exposure to endemic coronaviruses might provide some protection.
“Ever since the pandemic started, the medical community has been working feverishly to learn everything we can about the COVID-19 virus, and one of the most striking features of the virus is how