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The link between '''COVID-19 severity and Vitamin D''' deficiency has been demonstrated in scientific literature. It is believed that having adequate levels of vitamin D lessens [[COVID-19]] severity, as well as the chance of death. A deficiency in vitamin D levels has been linked to more severe COVID-19 cases, as well as greater chance of death from the disease.
 
The link between '''COVID-19 severity and Vitamin D''' deficiency has been demonstrated in scientific literature. It is believed that having adequate levels of vitamin D lessens [[COVID-19]] severity, as well as the chance of death. A deficiency in vitamin D levels has been linked to more severe COVID-19 cases, as well as greater chance of death from the disease.
  
[[Liberal media]] outlets that falsely attacked [[hydroxychloroquine]] have argued against the strong link between Vitamin D and the virus.<ref>[https://www.cnn.com/2020/05/26/health/vitamin-d-coronavirus-wellness/index.html Vitamin D's effect on Covid-19 maybe be exaggerated. Here's what we know]</ref><ref>[https://time.com/5889546/vitamin-d-coronavirus/ There's Only Weak Evidence For Vitamin-D As a COVID-19 Preventative—But Scientists Are Trying to Learn More]</ref>
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[[Liberal media]] outlets that falsely attacked [[hydroxychloroquine]] have argued against the strong link between Vitamin D and the virus.<ref>[https://www.cnn.com/2020/05/26/health/vitamin-d-coronavirus-wellness/index.html Vitamin D's effect on Covid-19 maybe be exaggerated. Here's what we know]</ref><ref>[https://time.com/5889546/vitamin-d-coronavirus/ There's Only Weak Evidence For Vitamin-D As a COVID-19 Preventative—But Scientists Are Trying to Learn More]</ref> This is likely to hype up [[remdesivir]] which has been shown in clinical trials not to reduce mortality.
  
 
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Revision as of 19:07, 23 October 2020

  • It has been proposed that this page, COVID-19 and Vitamin D, be titled, "COVID-19 and Vitamin D".

The link between COVID-19 severity and Vitamin D deficiency has been demonstrated in scientific literature. It is believed that having adequate levels of vitamin D lessens COVID-19 severity, as well as the chance of death. A deficiency in vitamin D levels has been linked to more severe COVID-19 cases, as well as greater chance of death from the disease.

Liberal media outlets that falsely attacked hydroxychloroquine have argued against the strong link between Vitamin D and the virus.[1][2] This is likely to hype up remdesivir which has been shown in clinical trials not to reduce mortality.

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