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Biologist told about the COVID-19 impact on human life expectancy

According to Ancha Baranova, a professor at the School of Systems Biology at George Mason University, the average life expectancy of people due to coronavirus infection has been reduced by 1.5-2 years, Gazeta.Ru reports.
Biologist told about the COVID-19 impact on human life expectancy

According to her, COVID-19 is a systemic disease that can be contracted more than once.

“Each episode of coronavirus disease, at least slightly, shortens our lives, and in some cases, not even slightly but significantly. The issue of average human life expectancy reduction of as a species is being resolved. According to statistics life expectancy in developed countries decreased by 1.5-2 years in average due to the coronavirus,” the professor emphasized.

Source: https://www.gazeta.ru/science/news/2021/05/14/n_15976328.shtml

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