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We expected people with asthma to fare worse during COVID. Turns out they've had a break

By Bruce Thompson, Professor and Dean of the School of Health Sciences, Swinburne University of Technology
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Not only have asthma attack rates decreased during the pandemic, evidence suggests people with asthma are not at increased risk of severe outcomes from COVID.The Conversation

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