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Exercise may increase the effectiveness of your Covid-19 vaccine, a new study found: Here's how to get the most benefit - CNBC

Exercise may increase the effectiveness of your Covid-19 vaccine, a new study found: Here's how to get the most benefit - CNBC

Exercise may increase the effectiveness of your Covid-19 vaccine, a new study found: Here's how to get the most benefit - CNBC
Dec 04, 2022 36 secs

Having the most protection from severe outcomes following Covid-19 infection is largely attributed to vaccination.

Researchers found that vaccinated people with the most protection from severe outcomes, like hospitalization, after Covid-19 infection, followed these exercise guidelines:.

Participants within this group were 2.8 times less likely to develop severe outcomes from Covid-19 than people who rarely exercise.

"We had another study which showed that in people who contracted Covid – and those were unvaccinated individuals – those who engaged in the recommended 150 minutes a week of exercise, had better outcomes," says Patricios.

Similar to his research, a study was conducted on over 48,000 participants with Covid, before vaccines were available, to determine if exercise was associated with a lower risk of severe outcomes from the disease. 

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