A new study finds that people who are dying from coronavirus potentially lose at least 10 years of their lives
- A recent study conducted by the University of Glasgow’s researchers found that COVID-19 patients might have lasting health impacts.
- In fact, an average male can lose about 13 years of his life, and a female 11 years, the study noted.
- Researchers leveraged data provided by the World Health Organization and calculated the average time a person would have lived if they didn’t die from a health event like the coronavirus diagnosis.
- This study is still awaiting peer review, and it’s still unknown whether the novel coronavirus could trigger long-term health conditions.
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Researchers have found that a COVID-19 diagnosis might have more detrimental consequences than one might expect.
On average, those who died from the novel coronavirus lost more than a decade of their life to the disease, according to a recent study conducted by the University of Glasgow in Scotland.
“COVID-19 is not killing people who are already near death, rather it’s claiming the lives of many people more than a decade before their time,” ABC News reported.
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[Source: Business Insider]