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COVID-19 lockdowns protect people who are immunosuppressed, say doctors | Video

COVID-19 lockdown measures could be a lifesaving necessity for people who are immunosuppressed, as they are more at risk of becoming severely ill if they contract the coronavirus, doctors say. William Denselow reports from New York.

COVID-19 lockdowns protect people who are immunosuppressed, say doctors | Video

14 May 2020 12:39am
COVID-19 lockdown measures could be a lifesaving necessity for people who are immunosuppressed, as they are more at risk of becoming severely ill if they contract the coronavirus, doctors say. William Denselow reports from New York.

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