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A recent study showed that people who get enough vitamin “D” are 52% less likely to die from the Corona virus, compared to people who suffer from a deficiency in “the sun vitamin”.

Vitamin D is known to play an important role in strengthening the immune system and fighting infections. These features may make it a major player in the body’s battle against “Covid 19” in the event of infection with the virus.

And Dr. Michael Holick of Boston University in his research found that people who have enough vitamin “D” are 54% less likely to contract the Corona virus.

In his new research, Hollick and his team concluded that people who do not get enough of this vitamin, which is formed naturally in the human body upon exposure to the sun, are more likely to develop severe disease or even death after infection with the Corona virus.

The British newspaper “Daily Mail” quoted Holick as saying, “This study provides direct evidence that the abundance of vitamin D can reduce the complications of” Covid 19 “.

About 42% of the US population and 20% of the UK population suffer from vitamin D deficiency.

Experts believe that about 60% of the elderly who live in nursing homes suffer the same, given that they spend a long time indoors, out of the sun.

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