4 factors that raise the risk of you catching COVID-19 - even if you have been vaccinated

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If you haven’t been vaccinated, three of the most common symptoms are also a , sore throat and runny nose. Image: Unsplash/Visuals

Ranu Baral
Visiting Researcher (Academic Foundation Doctor FY2), University of East Anglia
Ciaran Grafton-Clarke
NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow, Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia
Vassilios Vassiliou
Senior Clinical Lecturer in Cardiovascular Medicine, University of East Anglia
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