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Patients with schizophrenia fare worse with COVID-19
Prof. V Nagarajan, Chairman & Head Neurosciences Research & Translational Task Force, ICMR, New Delhi; Chairman, IEC, Govt. Madurai Medical College; Director, VN Neuro Care Centre, Madurai,  26 November 2021
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Persons with schizophrenia and severe mood and anxiety disorders are less likely to get Covid-19; however, they are at a higher risk of dying, once they develop the infection, suggests a new study published in JAMA Network Open.The cross-sectional study reviewed electronic health records of 2.5 million adults across the United States, who were tested for Covid-19 in 2020. Their mean age was 44 years. Data was sourced from the Optum COVID-19 Electronic Health Record (EHR) database....
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