Conversations with Pediatric Dr. Matt Linam | COVID-19 - Shared screen with speaker view
What is the risk of re-infection if you've already had Covid once?
Is it safe for kids to go back to playing soccer?
So how long do you expect people to wear masks? People need exposure to viruses and bacteria to strengthen our immune systems. It has also been said that this is not going away anytime soon and could return every flu season. Is this true, and if so, are masks expected to be the norm indefinitely?
Have you seen evidence of children with compromised immune systems handling this differently? What about heart, liver or any other complications?
What is the current forecasting for how COVID-19 will behave during influenza season with two respiratory illnesses active at the same time? Also, is there evidence that a flu vaccine can possibly also help lower the risk of contracting COVID?
Does the severity of C19 depend on how much of the virus you are exposed to?
Is there any validity to certain blood types fairing better when contracting Covid-19?
Yes, I have heard type O blood is more resilient. Is this true?
Has there been any definitive evidence of potential long term health issues related to covid?