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UGA virologist Malak Esseili wears personal protective equipment to work in her COVID lab on UGA’s Griffin campus.

ATHENS — Building on research by others, a new study by UGA virologist Malak Esseili points to the reasons that some patients have gastrointestinal issues with COVID-19 and others do not.

From the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, experts and health officials have witnessed a wide variety of symptoms — one patient may have a severe cough, while another may have no symptoms at all.

Jennifer Reynolds is the communications professional for UGA’s Center for Food Safety.

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