With as many as 17 districts reporting zero deaths yesterday, the Case Fatality Rate has come down to 1.36 percent.
Citing the limitations of the study, the scientists said the initial household member who experienced symptoms was considered the index patient in the research, while other household members may have been infected concurrently but developed symptoms at different times or remained asymptomatic.
The researchers found 80 percent of 216 Covid-19 patients at the Hospital Universitario Marques de Valdecilla had vitamin D deficiency, and men had lower vitamin D levels than women.
New research discovered a correlation between a higher risk of COVID-19 and being vitamin d deficient.
"Previously, Carolyn Gregg told the Times of India: "Although there is some evidence that vitamin D deficiency is associated with acute respiratory infection, there is now insufficient evidence for vitamin D as a treatment for" Covid-19", Excessive intake of supplements should be avoided as it may be harmful. And sadly, there is not much doctors can do for these patients.
Mrs. Mwangangi, who is also the mother of Health Chief Administrative Secretary Dr Mercy Mwangangi, said she tested positive nine days ago.
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Outside of the registry, there has been a bunch of long-hauler symptoms attributed to COVID-19 including heart damage, lung scarring, kidney abnormalities, hair loss, mental health issues, insomnia, and neurological symptoms.
Researchers, however, didn't find any link between vitamin D deficiency and severity of the illness, with no significantly higher rates of ICU admission, ventilator use, or death among those with inadequate levels of the sunshine vitamin. "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".
Many recovered COVID-19 patients complained of persistent symptoms of the illness even after getting a negative result for the presence of the virus in their body.
"Those infections occurred fast, whether the first sick household member was a child or an adult", Grijalva said.
The amount of vitamin D needed to take depends on a person's current vitamin d levels.