COVID-19 makes me lucky

This morning, I read that there appears to be a genetic connection between dementia risk and severity of COVID-19, here:
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/may/26/research-reveals-gene-role-in-both-dementia-and-severe-covid-19

That makes me very lucky, should I catch it, if it hasn’t already caught me at some point without affecting me.

Dementia most definitely does not run on either side of the family that I come from. Neither does heart disease, by the way.

Cancer does, but as I’ve already survived almost all of those relatives who succumbed to cancer I have little to worry about. I have already lived ten to twenty years longer than they did.

Good.

And you, where do you stand?

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