Having Neanderthal DNA in your body means you face a higher risk of a severe COVID-19 infection. But how much higher? And how can I figure out if I'm part Neanderthal?
A large study out of the UK suggests immunity after a COVID-19 infection reduces fast, especially among older people. Our fact check on what we know.
A study suggests air travel may not be so safe after all. A flight into Ireland is described as the cause of 59 new coronavirus infections.
A three-month study suggests antibody response to the coronavirus falls over time, leading to a possible decline in immunity. But it remains unclear how great the chance of a second infection is.
Despite efforts to standardize information about coronavirus threat levels in Europe, it's hard to compare data as countries count rates of infection differently.
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