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The link between psychological problems and the risk of Covid-19

Vaccinated person Covid-19 and have a specific mental disorder can still face the risk of contracting Covid-19, according to a new report from the University of California (USA).

Having a psychological problem can make people more susceptible to Covid-19 even if they get enough vaccines

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In some cases, a group of people will be have Covid-19 despite being fully vaccinated. These are people who have a form of mental disorder, or have been diagnosed with a psychological problem.

To draw these conclusions, a team of experts from the University of California at San Francisco analyzed the medical records of 263,697 patients of the US Department of Veterans Affairs. These are people who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 and tested (PCR or antigen) at least once.

They found that more than 51% of the patients had received a psychological diagnosis at least once in the past 5 years, and 14.8% of these patients had Covid-19, according to the report. The Hill.

The report’s lead author, Aoife O’Donovan, suggested that perhaps the immunity that comes from vaccination weakens faster and earlier in patients with psychological problems than in healthy people.

Group of patients aged 65 years and over and suffering from psychological disorders, bipolar disordermental disorders, anxiety have a 24% higher risk of contracting Covid-19 despite being vaccinated compared to the group without psychological problems.

The risk was 11 percent higher in the under-65 group.

There is still no reasonable explanation of the socio-demographic aspects of this condition.

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