People Who Are Immune-Suppressed and Get COVID-19 May Carry the Virus for More than Two Months

Updated March 15th, 2021

People Who Are Immune-Suppressed and Get COVID-19 May Carry the Virus for More than Two Months

Some people who get COVID-19 after immune-suppressing cancer treatments may carry the virus for more than two months.

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