Low-level vitamin D in blood plasma may increase the risk of COVID-19 infection. It appears to be associated with the possibility of hospitalization.
Low vitamin D level was related to the risk of hospitalization due to COVID-19 infection, said Dr. Eugene Merzon, Head of the Department of Managed Care, and a leading researcher of the LHS group. Low vitamin D status is also associated with other non-communicable diseases and increases susceptibility to infectious disease, mostly upper respiratory tract infections.
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