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Can pollen increase COVID-19 infection rates? | COVID-19 Special

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Spring in Europe always sparks a stream of sniffly noses and itchy eyes. This season though, scientists are warning of a phenomenon known as the "pollen effect." They've linked high pollen levels with a rise in COVID. The researchers say many factors can affect infection rates. Co-exposure to airborne pollen enhances your susceptibility to respiratory viral infections. A study shows that could also be true for the coronavirus.


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