Official study results showed that those with Vitamin D deficiency were 14 times more likely to have severe or critical cases of COVID-19.
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Dr. Amir Bashkin said that 26% of people who had a pre-infection level of vitamin D of 20 ng/mL died, compared to 3% of those who had higher levels of vitamin D - a difference of 23%.
The study noted that similar results were also observed by teams performing parallel studies in Sweden and the United States.
The Health Ministry has been recommending vitamin D since the outbreak of the pandemic.
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Vitamin D has long been understood to impact immune response.