Blood Type Does NOT Affect Risk of Severe Covid, Study Finds

Blood type does NOT affect a person’s risk of getting severe Covid, study finds – debunking previous research

  • Various previous studies have found people with type A blood are more at-risk 
  • But new findings from US-based researchers debunk these now outdated results
  • Most comprehensive study yet includes Covid test results of 100,000 people 
  • Found no link between Covid-19 severity and hospitalization and blood group  

A person’s blood group does not affect their risk of developing severe Covid-19 or being hospitalized by the infection, a study has found. 

Previous studies have indicated that people with type A blood are more at risk of catching the coronavirus

To determine if this was true, US doctors analyzed health records of more than 100,000 people who had a Covid-19 test across UtahIdaho, and Nevada between March and November 2020.

US doctors analyzed health records of more than 100,000 people who received a Covid-19 swab by a healthcare system with sites in Utah, Idaho, and Nevada last year..”

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