Marijuana Use Linked to Higher Rate of 'Breakthrough' COVID-19 Cases
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Employers trying to determine best practices to protect their workers from the coronavirus have a new aspect in the mix. Research suggests people with substance use disorders (SUD) may have a higher likelihood of infection than others – even after they have been fully vaccinated.
A study published in the journal World Psychiatry indicates among those with SUDs, use of cannabis was especially associated with ‘breakthrough’ ...
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