Latest "blood type" News

10/18/2020

Blood type could determine severity of COVID-19, new research finds

New research suggests that your blood type may determine your chances of infected with COVID-19 and its severity. Danish scientists compared the blood types of more than 473,000 infected individuals to more than two million in the general public. They found t…

Source: WOAI

10/16/2020

Does your blood type affect how severe your COVID symptoms are?

Source: Google News

10/16/2020

The Link Between Blood Type and COVID-19 Risk, Explained

Quite a bit of research has been published lately about blood type and COVID-19 risk. Here, experts weigh in on what you really need to know.

Source: Health.com

10/16/2020

These Blood Types Could Be More Vulnerable to COVID-19

What you need to know about new research.

Source: menshealth.com

10/16/2020

We Just Got More Evidence Your Blood Type May Change COVID-19 Risk And Severity

Research is coalescing around the idea that one blood type — type O — is linked to a lower risk of coronavirus infection and less severe cases.

Source: Business Insider

10/15/2020

How likely are you to catch COVID-19 on an airplane? What impact does blood type have on the virus?

There are two new studies you should know about when it comes to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Source: WDIV ClickOnDetroit

10/15/2020

How likely are you to catch COVID-19 on an airplane? What impact does blood type have on the virus?

Source: Google News

10/15/2020

Type O blood coronavirus: People with blood type O may have lower risk of COVID-19 infection - KABC

People with blood type O may be less vulnerable to Covid-19 and have a reduced likelihood of getting severely ill, according to two studies published Wednesday. Experts say more research is needed.

Source: KABC-TV

10/15/2020

How Your Blood Type Could Affect Your Risk Of Coronavirus | TODAY

Source: Google News

10/15/2020

Coronavirus risk lowered for this blood type, studies suggest

A pair of new studies suggest that those with a certain blood type may be less likely to be infected with the novel coronavirus, and less likely to suffer severe illness if they were to be infected.

Source: Fox News

10/15/2020

What's Your Blood Type? It May Affect Your Risk for COVID-19

A growing body of evidence suggests that blood type may play a role in the risk of becoming infected with the coronavirus or developing life-threatening…

Source: NECN

10/15/2020

Blood type may play a role in COVID-19 infection, new research suggests

New research suggests a link between blood type and infection risk — but that won't change how doctors treat patients.

Source: TODAY

10/15/2020

Danish researchers find blood type has resistance to Covid-19 infection

Source: Thelocal.dk

10/15/2020

Blood type could be linked to severity of coronavirus

A growing body of evidence suggests those who have blood type O may be less likely to to contract coronavirus and typically experience less severe symptoms when they do come down with the illness.

Source: New York Daily News

10/15/2020

People with blood type O may be less at risk from COVID-19, new studies find

Two new studies suggest a link between people with type O blood and a decreased chance of contracting COVID-19, as well as milder symptoms for those who do.

Source: fox8.com

10/15/2020

People with blood type O may be less at risk from COVID-19, new studies find

Two new studies suggest a link between people with type O blood and a decreased chance of contracting COVID-19, as well as milder symptoms for those who do.

Source: WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro

10/14/2020

People with blood type O may have lower risk of COVID-19 infection: studies

People with type O blood may be less likely to contract COVID-19 or suffer severe symptoms related to the illness, according to two studies published Wednesday. In the first, Danish researchers ana…

Source: New York Post

10/14/2020

People With Blood Type O May Be Less Vulnerable To Coronavirus, New Studies Suggest

Those with blood type O may have a reduced likelihood of getting severely ill, researchers found.

Source: Cbslocal.com

10/14/2020

What's your blood type? It may affect your risk for Covid-19

Can blood type affect Covid-19 infections? Some blood types appear to be associated with increased risk for the coronavirus and its complications.

Source: NBC News

10/14/2020

Your blood type and Covid-19 risk could be linked. Here's what the research says.

New research suggests a link between blood type and infection risk — but that won't change how doctors treat patients.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

10/14/2020

Blood type may affect severity of COVID-19 infection, new study suggests

In a new study published Wednesday, researchers in Canada found that, among 95 critically ill COVID-19 patients, 84 percent of those with the blood types A...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

10/14/2020

People with blood type O may have lower risk of Covid-19 infection and severe illness, two new studies suggest

People with blood group O may be less vulnerable to Covid-19 and have a reduced likelihood of getting severely ill, according to two studies published Wednesday, that add to evidence that blood type may play a role in a person's susceptibility to the disease.

Source: CNN

10/14/2020

People with blood type O may have lower risk of COVID-19 infection and severe illness, two new studies suggest

The research provides further evidence that blood type may play a role in a person's susceptibility to infection.

Source: Meredithlmg.com

10/14/2020

New Evidence of Link Between Blood Type & COVID-19 Susceptibility

Individuals with blood type O may have lowest risk of infection; individuals with A and AB may have increased risk of severe clinical outcomes. Two studies published today (October 14, 2020) in Blood Advances suggest people with blood type O may have a lower …

Source: SciTechDaily

10/14/2020

Does Covid-19 Risk Depend On Blood Type? More Research Points To Yes

Two studies published today in Blood Advances suggest people with blood type O are less likely to get Covid-19 and also less likely to have severe outcomes, including organ complications, if they do get sick.

Source: Forbes

09/19/2020

A Rare Blood Type Variant Helps Prevent Malaria. Now We Finally Know How

A rare blood variant, found only in parts of East Africa, can help the body resist malaria even better than our best vaccines.

Source: ScienceAlert

08/06/2020

The link between blood type and COVID-19

Source: Google News

07/21/2020

What We Know About Blood Type and the Coronavirus

Early studies suggested that blood type could be a risk factor for COVID-19, but the evidence is mixed.

Source: The Cut

07/20/2020

How your blood type impacts coronavirus outcomes

The Spokane Regional Health District says that COVID-19 trends only seem to be increasing. New studies challenge a once agreed-upon theory.

Source: KREM.com

07/18/2020

Blood Type Doesn't Increase Or Reduce Risk Of Contracting COVID, Studies Find

Amid the misinformation spread during the pandemic has been a belief that people with certain blood types are at higher or lower risk than others of contracting the coronavirus.Two recent studies from reputable sources, however, found th...

Source: Rutherford Daily Voice

07/18/2020

Coronavirus: Blood type doesn’t increase COVID-19 risk, study says

Those with Type A blood might not be at a greater risk for COVID-19

Source: Deseret News

07/18/2020

COVID-19: Those With This Blood Type Have Higher Chance Of Contracting Virus, Study Shows

Those who have one blood type are at higher risk of contracting COVID-19, and those in another are at a lower risk, a new study says.The four blood types are A, B, AB and O.The findings by a team of European scientists were publishe...

Source: Rutherford Daily Voice

07/17/2020

COVID and Blood Type

Study finds no relationship between blood type and severity of COVID-19

Source: Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

07/16/2020

Does your blood type make you more susceptible to COVID-19? The info is conflicting

Source: Google News

07/16/2020

Even If You Have This Blood Type, You're Not Safe From COVID-19

This blood type may seem like it will protect you from coronavirus, but don't think you're completely immune just yet. You could still be at risk.

Source: Best Life

07/16/2020

Why do we have different blood types — and do they make us more vulnerable to Covid-19?

Most humans fall into one of four blood groups — A, B, AB or O. Ordinarily, your blood type makes little difference in your life except if you need to have a blood transfusion — and now, if you have Covid-19.

Source: CNN

07/15/2020

Coronavirus: slight link between blood type O, lower infection risk - Business Insider

People with type O blood may have a slight advantage when it comes to coronavirus risk, but scientists warn not to think of it as protection.

Source: Business Insider

07/15/2020

Does Blood Type Affect Your Risk Of Coronavirus? Probably Not, New Studies Say

New studies show that people with Type A blood are not at greater risk of getting sick, as previous studies had suggested.

Source: New York Times

07/14/2020

Don't know your blood type? Here's how to find it, and why it matters during pandemic

<p>A recent study found that coronavirus risk may be tied to blood type, but surveys show a lot of Americans might not know whether they’re A, B, AB or O. Here’s how people in the Bay Area can find out what their blood type is.</p>

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

07/12/2020

Link Between Blood Type and Coronavirus - One Green PlanetOne Green Planet

New studies have found that blood type of patients may affect the severity of the case. Thousands of patients were reviewed in a study that found that people with Type O blood had less severe cases than those with Type A. Researchers are unclear of what the l…

Source: One Green Planet

07/12/2020

If You Have This Blood Type, You Might Be Immune to COVID-19

Genetic testing company 23andMe claims that early data suggests Type O blood appears to be protective against the virus when compared to other blood types.

Source: Eatthis.com

07/12/2020

If You Have This Blood Type, You Might Be Immune to COVID-19

Genetic testing company 23andMe claims that early data suggests Type O blood appears to be protective against the virus when compared to other blood types.

Source: Eatthis.com

07/10/2020

Studies suggest a link between blood type and COVID-19

APPLETON, Wis. (WFRV) Could your blood type put you at risk for COVID-19? Some studies suggest there could be a link. The four major blood types are A, B, O, and AB. Of the four blood types, studies report people with blood type O were less likely to test pos…

Source: Wearegreenbay.com

07/10/2020

Study suggests certain blood types linked to higher, lower coronavirus risk

If there’s one thing we want to know about COVID-19, it’s probably this: What’s my risk of getting it? Researchers have identified certain things that make some people more vulnerable than others. Men are at greater risk than women. Older people are at greate…

Source: KTLA Los Angeles

07/09/2020

Here's what we know about the link between blood types and COVID-19

Research shows people with Type O blood tend to have less severe cases, while people with Type A seem more vulnerable.

Source: KHOU.com

07/09/2020

If you have this blood type, studies show you’re at higher risk for the coronavirus

<p>Studies show that people with one blood typ have a higher risk of dying from COVID-19 and that people with another are at least partially protected from the virus, a phenomenon that also exists with other diseases.</p>

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

07/09/2020

COVID-19 and blood type: What's the link?

Scientists are finding evidence that blood type may be a risk factor for COVID-19. In one study, people with Type A blood were more likely to be hospitalized.

Source: Los Angeles Times

07/08/2020

People with this blood type are less likely to contract COVID-19, study says

According to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, people with blood type O are less likely to become infected with the coronavirus. The same study showed that people with blood type A are slightly more susceptible to infection and can ha…

Source: WPEC

07/08/2020

Coronavirus: What blood type is less likely to get COVID-19? New studies explain

New research suggests blood type may play a factor in how people get coronavirus and COVID-19

Source: Deseret News

07/08/2020

Your Blood Type Could Affect Your Coronavirus Risk, New Research Says | TODAY

Source: Google News

07/08/2020

Your blood type could affect your coronavirus risk, new research says

New research suggests that people with Type O blood are less susceptible to coronavirus, while people with Type A blood seem to be more susceptible. “The genes that code for you blood type also code for … parts of your immune system,” NBC medical corresponden…

Source: TODAY

07/08/2020

Can your blood type predict whether you're more or less susceptible to the coronavirus?

Recent studies suggest there may be a link between a person’s blood type and their risk of becoming infected with the coronavirus.

Source: AOL

07/07/2020

Can your blood type predict whether you’re more or less susceptible to the coronavirus?

Recent studies suggest there may be a link between a person’s blood type and their risk of coronavirus.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

07/07/2020

How blood type may affect your coronavirus risk

Does blood type affect coronavirus risk? Some studies suggest people with Type O blood less likely to develop severe COVID-19 symptoms than people with Type A.

Source: NBC News

07/06/2020

Type ‘O’ or Type ‘A': Your blood type could play a role in how sick you get from COVID-19

Depending on what blood type you have, you may be more severely affected by COVID-19 according to a new study in the New England Journal of Medicine. A local infectious disease doctor reviewed the study and said there could be some truth to the claims.

Source: WPXI Pittsburgh

06/30/2020

What is a blood type, and why it might matter if you get the coronavirus?

The reasons why blood types might affect COVID-19 are unknown, the New York Times said. It’s possible that genetic variations influence whether, in some people, the coronavirus triggers an overreaction of the immune system, leading to massive inflammation and…

Source: cleveland.com

06/26/2020

Study: Blood type may factor in COVID-19 risk, severity of symptoms

A new study suggests that your blood type may be tied to your risk of contracting COVID-19 and the severity of your symptoms.

Source: WFLA

06/26/2020

Study: Blood type may factor in COVID-19 risk, severity of symptoms

(WJW) – A new study suggests that your blood type may be tied to your risk of contracting COVID-19 and the severity of your symptoms. The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, compared 1,900 people undergoing treatment for severe COVID-19 a…

Source: WANE

06/26/2020

Study: Blood type may factor in COVID-19 risk, severity of symptoms - NBC4 WCMH

(WJW) – A new study suggests that your blood type may be tied to your risk of contracting COVID-19 and the severity of your symptoms. The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, compared 1,900 people undergoing treatment for severe COVID-19 a…

Source: NBC4 WCMH-TV

06/26/2020

Study: Blood type may factor in COVID-19 risk, severity of symptoms

(WJW) – A new study suggests that your blood type may be tied to your risk of contracting COVID-19 and the severity of your symptoms. The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, compared 1,900 people undergoing treatment for severe COVID-19 a…

Source: WAVY.com

06/26/2020

Study: Blood type may factor in COVID-19 risk, severity of symptoms

(WJW) – A new study suggests that your blood type may be tied to your risk of contracting COVID-19 and the severity of your symptoms. The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, compared 1,900 people undergoing treatment for severe COVID-19 a…

Source: WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro

06/26/2020

Study: Blood type may factor in COVID-19 risk, severity of symptoms

A new study suggests that your blood type may be tied to your risk of contracting COVID-19 and the severity of your symptoms.

Source: WDAF FOX4 Kansas City

06/25/2020

Study: Blood type may factor in COVID-19 risk, severity of symptoms

(WJW) — A new study suggests that your blood type may be tied to your risk of contracting COVID-19 and the severity of your symptoms. The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, compared 1,900 people undergoing treatment for severe COVID-19 a…

Source: fox8.com

06/25/2020

Could your blood type protect you from coronavirus? Make you vulnerable? Studies say maybe.

Three studies show an initial link between between blood type and one's ability to fight off COVID-19.

Source: nj.com

06/25/2020

Coronavirus symptoms update: What’s your blood type? You may be at higher risk

CORONAVIRUS symptoms update: The novel coronavirus continues to baffle scientists and researchers alike. In recent studies, the link between a person's blood type and mortality has been discovered with one type being more at risk.

Source: Express

06/24/2020

Local Red Cross says Study Linking COVID Severity to Blood Type Not Conclusive

Is there a connection between blood type and the severity of COVID-19? A recent study suggests there is. WLOS is preparing for a blood drive Thursday, and the virus is having an impact on the expected turnout. WLOS. When people come to the First United Method…

Source: WLOS

06/24/2020

Doctors Say Blood Type May Be Linked to Severe COVID-19 Risk

Researchers found people with Type A blood are at a 45% higher risk of contracting the virus and getting really sick from it. While people with Type O blood have a lower risk. However, this new information does not take away from the fact that both of these p…

Source: WWSB

06/24/2020

What Doctors Want You To Know About the Potential Link Between COVID-19 and Blood Type

Take some of the recent headlines with a grain of salt.

Source: Well+Good

06/24/2020

Study ties blood type to COVID-19 risk - WPVI

Only one of the four main blood types were more likely to have a severe case of the disease, one study found.

Source: WPVI-TV

06/24/2020

Study ties blood type to COVID-19 risk - WTVD

Only one of the four main blood types were more likely to have a severe case of the disease, one study found.

Source: WTVD-TV

06/23/2020

Study: Blood type, genetics may factor in severity of COVID-19 symptoms

Their findings, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, could help explain why some people get seriously ill with the virus while most barely show any symptoms at all.

Source: KTUU.com

06/23/2020

Study uncovers link between blood type and coronavirus susceptibility

Doctors say there is mounting evidence of a link between a certain blood type and the severity of the novel coronavirus.

Source: FOX 13 Tampa Bay

06/22/2020

Blood type may influence coronavirus infection rates: study | TheHill

More work is needed, but researchers found an intriguing correlation.

Source: The Hill

06/22/2020

Your blood type may impact how hard you get hit by the coronavirus, new research shows - Business Insider

People with blood type A are 50% more likely to develop severe coronavirus symptoms than patients with other blood types.

Source: Business Insider

06/22/2020

Your risk of severe COVID-19 may be affected by blood type, new genetic analysis suggests

People with blood type O may have a reduced risk of developing severe symptoms

Source: Live Science

06/20/2020

Blood types and coronavirus: How many blood groups are there and what is the risk?

Blood types may play a big role in which Covid-19 patients get the sickest and it may help determine your odds of contracting the virus.

Source: As.com

06/20/2020

Your blood type may help determine your odds of contracting coronavirus, study finds

People with Type A blood were ‘associated with’ a 45% ‘higher risk of acquiring COVID-19’ compared to people with other blood types, a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found

Source: MarketWatch

06/20/2020

Q&A: Study identifies blood type as marker of risk for severe COVID-19 response

9Health Expert Dr. Payal Kohli answered our questions about a new study in The New England Journal of Medicine.

Source: 9News.com KUSA

06/19/2020

What's your type?: When it comes to COVID-19, your blood type might influence how sick you'll get

“O” helps but “A” hurts. When it comes to COVID-19, new research suggests your blood type might influence just you sick you’ll get. “If I can do something to help somebody else right now that’s in the hospital in need of my type of blood, I’m always glad to h…

Source: Wink News

06/19/2020

Blood type, genes tied to risk of severe COVID-19: European study

A person’s blood type and other genetic factors may be linked with severity of coronavirus infection, according to European researchers looking for further c...

Source: YouTube

06/19/2020

Blood type, genes linked to risk of severe COVID-19

A person's blood type and other genetic factors may be linked with the severity of coronavirus infection. That's according to a...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

06/19/2020

Study finds blood type affects risk of severe COVID-19 infection

A person's blood type and other genetic factors may be linked with the severity of coronavirus infection, according to European researchers looking for further clues about why COVID-19 hits some people so much harder than others.

Source: Cgtn.com

06/19/2020

Blood types and COVID-19 risk confirmed - News

Blood type may play a pivotal role in driving disease severity among coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patients. Genetic analysis of COVID-19 patients has shown that people with blood type O seemed to be protected against severe disease. In contrast, those with …

Source: News-Medical.Net

06/18/2020

Study Ties Blood Type to COVID-19 Risk; O May Help, A Hurt

A genetic analysis of COVID-19 patients suggests that blood type might influence whether someone develops severe disease.

Source: Snopes.com

06/18/2020

Blood type may play role in which coronavirus patients get sickest

Study in Europe found patients with Type A were more likely to get severely ill and those with Type O less likely, but more research needed, scientists agree.

Source: CBS News

06/18/2020

Blood types may play role in which COVID patients get sickest

Study in Europe found patients with Type A were more likely to get severely ill and those with Type O less likely, but more research needed, scientists agree.

Source: CBS News

06/18/2020

Certain blood type may limit risk from COVID-19, other may hurt, study suggests

A team of scientists conducting a genetic analysis of coronavirus patients found that having a certain blood type may impact the risk you have of developing the illness, according to a study on Wednesday.

Source: Fox News

06/18/2020

European study links genes, blood type with risk of severe coronavirus infection

Genes and possibly blood type may explain who gets sick with coronavirus.

Source: CNN

06/15/2020

Blood Type Plays a Role in Coronavirus: Study

Why does the coronavirus affect some people and spare others? A new study says it may have something to do with your blood type.

Source: NBC 6 South Florida

06/15/2020

People with blood type O more protected against COVID-19 - studies

If a person with blood type A transmits the virus to a person with type O blood, the type O person will have antibodies that can fight the virus.

Source: The Jerusalem Post

06/11/2020

Can your blood type impact how likely you are to catch COVID-19?

One of the things that has been puzzling even the most casual observers of the COVID-19 outbreak is why some people and some parts of the world are so much more affected than others?

Source: WDIV ClickOnDetroit

06/11/2020

Does Blood Type Influence Your COVID-19 Risk? New Research Says It’s Possible

Studies suggest type O blood may be protective, but doctors still have questions.

Source: Prevention.com

06/11/2020

New study suggests link between blood type and COVID-19; UAB doctor weighs in

Does your blood type determine whether you’re more susceptible to getting COVID-19?

Source: WAFF

06/10/2020

23andMe Reveals That Blood Type May Play Role in Coronavirus

Your blood type may determine how susceptible you are to coronavirus, according to a preliminary study from 23andMe, the genetic testing service. Find out which blood types are more likely to contract the virus based on the initial study.

Source: WWL News, Talk, Sports Radio Station

06/10/2020

Blood type may determine one's susceptibility to COVID-19, study indicates

Genetic testing firm 23andMe says data suggests people with type O blood, world's most common, are less likely to test positive for coronavirus

Source: The Times of Israel

06/10/2020

Coronavirus: 23andMe suggests blood type plays role in who is more likely to get COVID-19

Does a certain blood type give you some protection against COVID-19?

Source: WSOC Charlotte

06/10/2020

Coronavirus: 23andMe suggests blood type plays role in who is more likely to get COVID-19

Does a certain blood type give you some protection against COVID-19?

Source: WFTV Orlando

06/10/2020

The Role Of Blood Type In Covid-19 Infection And Respiratory Failure

A recent report found that those with type A blood were at increased risk for respiratory failure, while type O blood had a protective effect. What do these findings mean?

Source: Forbes

06/10/2020

People With O Blood Type Appear to Have a Lower Risk of Catching Coronavirus, Preliminary Study Says

Source: Google News

06/10/2020

23andMe Says People With Blood Type O Less Likely to Be Infected With Covid-19

Source: Bloomberg

06/10/2020

Coronavirus Updates: One Blood Type May Protect Against Virus; Covid-19 Is Fauci's 'Worst Nightmare'

A top World Health Organization expert has tried to clear up "misunderstandings" about comments she made that were widely understood to suggest that people w...

Source: YouTube

06/09/2020

23andMe study suggests blood type affects coronavirus susceptibility

Early results of a new study conducted by genetic testing giant 23andMe suggest a person’s blood type affects how susceptible they are to the coronavirus — and that those with Type O appear t…

Source: New York Post

06/09/2020

One blood type may provide some coronavirus protection, study suggests

Preliminary results from an ongoing study suggest that certain blood types may be less likely to contract the novel coronavirus.

Source: Fox News

06/09/2020

One blood type may provide some coronavirus protection, study suggests

Preliminary results from an ongoing study suggest that certain blood types may be less likely to contract the novel coronavirus.

Source: Fox News

06/09/2020

Large Study Suggests Blood Type O May Be a Protective Factor Against COVID-19

23andMe are in the process of conducting a large-scale genetic study to explore whether genetics are implicated in susceptibility to and severity of COVID-19. The company has shared its preliminary results.

Source: Technology Networks

06/08/2020

Study links blood type to lower risk of catching coronavirus

Preliminary data show that people with type O blood were less likely to test positive

Source: Financial Times

06/08/2020

23andMe Provides More Evidence That Blood Type Plays Role in Virus

Source: Bloomberg

06/08/2020

23andMe Provides More Evidence That Blood Type Plays Role in Virus

Source: Bloomberg

06/08/2020

The Latest: Genetic testing offers more evidence that blood type plays role in effects of virus

The latest on the coronavirus in the U.S. and around the world. Research from genetic-testing giant 23andMe Inc. found differences in a gene that influences a person’s blood type can affect a person’s susceptibility to COVID-19. Scientists have been looking a…

Source: Press Herald

06/07/2020

Study says blood type may determine the severity of coronavirus cases

Coronavirus symptoms will be somewhat minor for most people, but some patients will experience a more severe version of COVID-19 that can lead to respiratory complications and potentially death. Researchers have studied sections of the human genome from COVID…

Source: BGR

06/06/2020

Coronavirus symptom update: Having this blood type makes you more susceptible to infection

CORONAVIRUS symptoms could be more severe for those who share a particular blood type. What is it?

Source: Express

06/05/2020

Your chances of having severe Covid-19 might be linked to your blood type, study finds

Why is it that, according to WHO, 80% of the population have mild or no symptoms from Covid-19, while another 15% are so severe they need oxygen, and the last 5% require ventilators? Scientists thi…

Source: Boing Boing

06/04/2020

People with blood type A more likely to suffer severe coronavirus symptoms, research finds

Researchers find two points in human genome associated with increase risk of respiratory failure in patients with Covid-19

Source: Telegraph.co.uk

06/04/2020

Scientists explain WHY people with A blood type are more susceptible to Covid-19

A major study, the first of its kind, has revealed an association between certain blood types and the likelihood of respiratory failure as a reaction to coronavirus infection. So, genetics could play a role after all.

Source: RT