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Pollen can raise your risk of getting COVID-19, whether you have allergies or not

By Lewis Ziska, Associate Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, Columbia University
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Recent studies also suggest that climate change is driving pollen counts upward. That could result in greater human susceptibility to viruses.

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