Ghady Haidar

M.D., physician at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center; assistant professor in University of Pittsburgh’s Division of Infectious Diseases

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“When I get sick, I tend to get sicker than most. And so I'm particularly vulnerable to getting something like COVID.

This immunocompromised 27-year-old got 3 vaccine shots. He’s still worried about Delta variant

“When I get sick, I tend to get sicker than most. And so I'm particularly vulnerable to getting something like COVID.

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