U.S.NEWS – The findings underscore the benefits of COVID-19 treatments – especially as more Americans fall behind on their recommended coronavirus shots due to many reasons, including vaccine fatigue and hesitancy, which is often politically motivated. In a report published Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, researchers looked at studies on COVID-19 rebound – or the resurgence of mild illness about three to seven days after resolution of the initial illness – published from 2020 through 2023. They found that the rebound effect happens to people whether they take COVID-19 treatments or not. A person’s risk of rebound is related to many factors, including overall immune response to the coronavirus.
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