While exercise will not directly improve your lung function, it will improve how efficient your body is at using oxygen, and it will also increase your muscle strength. Through these changes, you will be able to do more while feeling less breathless and less fatigued, and therefore improve your quality of life!
In recent weeks, we have witnessed the implementation of progressive deconfinement. The fear of a second wave of coronavirus infection is still present and the increase in cases in different parts of the world reminds us of the importance of remaining vigilant. It is essential to continue to adhere to the preventive measures issued by public health. A reminder is never too much to reinforce good habits.
We now find ourselves months into the COVID-19 pandemic since it was first declared on March 11th, 2020. As time moves forward, the global research community continues to devote effort and resources towards better understanding this disease. One important focus is to better understand the risk of transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus from infected to uninfected individuals.