Some of the latest research into the coronavirus and attempts to find drugs and vaccines against kovid 19 are now known to the general public.
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Reuters reports that a large study in Canada provides evidence that people who are rhesus negative or Rh negative are less likely to develop the coronavirus.
Of the 225,556 Canaanites tested for the virus, people with zero blood type had a 13% lower risk of developing severe infectious disease than people with other blood types, according to the Annals of Internal Medicine.
People of any blood group who were Rh negative were also protected to some extent, especially if they had a zero negative blood group.
People with low vitamin D levels are more at serious risk than COVID 19, but on the other hand, high vitamin D levels do not solve the problem.
Increasing vitamin D levels in critically ill patients did not shorten hospital stays or reduce their chances of transferring them to intensive care, breathing or dying, doctors in Brazil said.
New data shows that those who have undergone kovid 19 receive medical care in the form of martens after leaving hospital.
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and Vilanova University studied 1,409 home healthcare patients, almost half of whom were under the age of 65.
When they were released, 80 percent were still breathless, the majority reported anxiety or confusion, and over 80 percent were in such a condition that they needed help with walking, dressing, and bathing. However, after approximately 32 days of home care, 94 percent no longer needed it.