Can it be controlled? . . . COVID-19: Why some people get sicker than others

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by James Hamblin The COVID-19 crash comes suddenly. In early March, the 37-year-old writer F. T. Kola began to feel mildly ill, with a fever and body aches. To be safe, she isolated herself at home in San Francisco. Life continued apace for a week until one day she tried to load her dishwasher and […]

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