If You’ve Had COVID, Shoveling Snow Could Be Dangerous


Every year, there are injuries and heart attacks caused from shoveling snow, but this year, officials are warning, if you've had COVID-19, maybe someone else should do the job.

Those suffering from long haulers syndrome are at a greater risk of injury from shoveling, according to cardiologist Dr. Steven Reisman. “Just make sure your lungs have good capacity and you don't have risk factors of heart disease. And then do it very slowly and make sure you warm up intermittently,” Reisman said.


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