Doctors tell who is harder to carry coronavirus infection
People with glands removed may be harder to tolerate coronavirus infection. TASS was told about this at the Khodanova Medical Center for Immunocorrection.
The palatine tonsils are a kind of barrier against bacterial infections. It is an immune organ that creates protection at the level of the nasopharynx. If they are removed, the virus will begin to penetrate deeper into the body, affecting other organs.
Doctors noted that in patients without tonsils, coronavirus quickly infects the bronchi and lungs.
Earlier, the otolaryngologist talked about a new way to strengthen the immune system. The Ph.D. stated that special attention should be paid to the throat.