The study was conducted after monitoring 216 Coronavirus positive patients who have been hospitalised at Hospital Universitario Marqués de Valdecilla in Spain, the IE reported.
More than 80 per cent of COVID-19 patients at a hospital in Spain had a vitamin D deficiency, according to a new study.
Among 224 total suspected cases and 90 laboratory-confirmed cases of Covid-19 from 39 countries with information on symptom duration, the median duration of symptoms was 12 days.
It is important to note that too much vitamin D can be toxic and it can also interact with certain medications.
COVID-19 patients are also going through other problems as well that have been triggered by the infection.
The researchers found that 82 per cent of the hospitalized COVID-19 patients (who were not taking supplements) were vitamin D deficient, while 47 per cent of the control group had the same deficiency.
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"Vitamin D treatment should be recommended in COVID-19 patients with low levels of vitamin D circulating in the blood since this approach might have beneficial effects in both the musculoskeletal and the immune system".
Despite the promising studies, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has yet to make any declarative statement on the use of vitamin D for the prevention or treatment of COVID-19, stating that there is now "insufficient data to recommend either for or against" the use of the vitamin.
The B.C. government says it will increase surveillance this weekend as an order limiting the number of people who can visit a home is in effect because of COVID-19.
Initially, officials said 14 unrelated people tested positive for the virus.
"Making rapid antibody testing available across our family of pharmacies will not only provide an affordable and convenient testing solution for individuals who want to understand if they have previously been infected with the virus that causes COVID-19, but also help clinicians understand the long-term impacts of COVID-19 and potential public health strategies for fighting the disease".