Update on human genetic susceptibility to COVID-19: susceptibility to virus and response

Colona, Vito Luigi, Vasilou, Vasilis, Watt, Jessica, Novelli, Giuseppe, and Reichardt, Juergen K.V. (2021) Update on human genetic susceptibility to COVID-19: susceptibility to virus and response. Human Genomics, 15. 57.

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[Extract] Over the past year and a half, SARS-CoV-2, the etiological agent of the COVID-19 pandemic, led to a total of almost 200 million cases, causing more than 4 million of deaths globally (Johns Hopkins University, CSSE). While we are facing rising daily hospitalizations https://ourworldindata.org/covid-hospitalizations, accessed on July 31, 2021), attributable to novel emerging variants of the virus, we also observe a decrease in both hospitalizations due to severe forms of the disease and deaths in several parts of the world, thanks to the launch of massive vaccination campaigns. To date, 4 billion vaccine doses have been administered.

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Date Deposited: 19 Dec 2021 23:57
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