Covid: Why the threat of the virus still haunts those are are immunosuppressed
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Scanlon adds: “To have this light at the end of the tunnel and yet deny it, it’s just soul destroying.”

As a result, 500,000 people have been left on the edge of freedom from Covid but remain trapped by a viral door they cannot walk through, even though they can see it dangling from the pocket of the people who have it.

In the meantime, the charity Scanlon works for, Kidney Research UK, has launched an investigation into the protection

COVID-19 vaccines confer on young, immunosuppressed people.

The study will examine individuals between the ages of 12 and 17.



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