WTC responders with chronic conditions appear to have severe Covid-19 and long-term sequelae

By | June 14, 2022
A study of 1,280 patients treated and monitored at the Stony Brook World Trade Center Health and Wellness Program who also contracted Covid-19 reveals that the responders who have suffered from chronic conditions from WTC exposures and the experience of the 911 tragedy appear to have more infection severity and long-term sequelae than responders who do not have chronic diseases resulting from WTC exposures.