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Covid reinfection risks rising, need to take precautions: 10 points from survey

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Here are 10 crucial points from the survey about the rise in Covid reinfection cases: 1. 18% citizens surveyed have had one or more in the family who got reinfected with Covid-19 in the last six months.

2. Of those who got reinfected with Omicron in the last six months, 46% said their second infection was more severe than the first one.

3. Of those who got reinfected in the last six months, 45% got infection again after a few weeks. 4. 27% got reinfected from Covid-19 after a gap of six months.

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